The VMware vSphere PowerCLI is a scripting interface into VMware vSphere, allowing you to interact with your virtual environment through PowerShell. Its an incredibly broad, detailed and power full environment. Which means that it can take a bit to really get into and understand, but you'll be supported by a wealth of other users. I am but one, and the content here is my personal contribution. There are many others to be found, covering different aspects, in differing levels of detail.
To some extent, I don't think there's much need to ask for help, as its unlikely you're going to trying achieve what somebody else hasn't tried before and documented, but if you do need to the best place to do so is VMware's own forum.
- Getting Started - Tips to get you up and running, see also VMware's Getting Started with PowerCLI
- Useful One-Liners - One line commands to simplify daily tasks, covering
- Script Extracts and Examples covering
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Pages in category "PowerCLI"
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