cleffingwell
Need help in getting a script that will poll the ESXi (version 4.x) host and list whether it is in Lockdown Mode.   Thanks much!   Clint
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faherne_CTI
Hi,   I found an awesome PowerCLI function that works fantastically, but I'd really like to get a slightly modified table output that included the following:   | VMHost | PortGroup Name | VMNIC ID… (Show more)
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faherne_CTI
I'm looking to to query multiple vCenters and each's associated clusters to identify which clusters are configured with vSS or vDSs with an outputted CSV file similar to:   | vCenterName |… (Show more)
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aenagy
I would like to modify the code snippet below (http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1012514) to include the parent object.   get-view -ViewType HostSystem -Property Name, Config.Product | select… (Show more)
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faherne_CTI
We run a daily script checking the configuration and status of ESXi hosts on multiple vCenters (>100) using the following:   Foreach ($vC in $vCList){   $ESXiHosts = Get-View -viewtype hostsystem… (Show more)
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faherne_CTI
Hi,   I want to list all VM and vmKernel PortGroup Names, IP Addresses, Subnet Masks and VLANs for the first host in a list of clusters:   1. Read in a list of vCenters and associated clusters from… (Show more)
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faherne_CTI
I want to formalise the ownership of an ESXi host once placed into Maintenance Mode as we have a sprawling global team who manage multiple global vCenters and ESXi clusters.   I currently have: 1.… (Show more)
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Kanji5575
Only on some of the windows Vm's in our production environment,  We noticed that restarting the vmware tools service within the guestOs updates the vmware tools and then reboots the machine… (Show more)
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faherne_CTI
Hi,     I used some of LucD's great posts to draft the following script, but the one thing I can't figure out how to do is to calculate a VM's Subnetwork address from it's IP address and Subnet… (Show more)
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