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QuestMarkBai
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get-pool command of PowerCLI return 0

when I execute the get-pool command on Horizon 7.4 connection server, the result is showing 0.

anything I missed?

I've tried to run as admin but still nothing.

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Magneet
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The solution is to use the regular powercli and the vmware.hv.helper module or the api's. The powershell snapin that comes with the connection servers has been deprecated for years.

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BenFB
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I just tested this on Horizon 7.4.0 and "Get-Pool" returned a complete list of all the pools. How many connection servers do you have?

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QuestMarkBai
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only 1 connection server with a instant clone pool. it's a testing environment.

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lgomez37
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Did you ever figure this out?  I'm seeing the exact same thing.  Currently running Horizon 7.5 with 2 connection servers and 3 pools of Instant Clones.

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Magneet
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download the latest PowerCLI & the vmware.hv.helper module and use get-hvpool from your own system

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JahnsTek
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Running Horizon 7.6.0... Same issue... It appears Get-Pool only returns non Instant Clone pools <sad>

Justin

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gzlebir
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Have the same issue on 7.8. Has anybody been able to resolve this.

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Magneet
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The solution is to use the regular powercli and the vmware.hv.helper module or the api's. The powershell snapin that comes with the connection servers has been deprecated for years.