I have seen powercli code using the Import-vApp cmdlet.
I have have an ova with several parameters that need to be supplied. I use Get-OvfConfiguration to get and set these params.
Is it possible to deploy an ova from the content library in the same way. I can deploy and supply the values manually from the content library. Was hoping I could simply pass it a library location for the OVA instead.
If anyone from the powerCLI dev team is listening being able to deploy ovfs and answer questions via powershell would be nice.
I tried deploying ova from desktop via powershell and the upload speed was terrible (100mbps) but via GUI was fine. Being able to keep that stuff in a content library would just make things easier.
I posted idea since I didn't see one from this post not in current release either.