Sivaramsharmar
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VMware vRA PowerCLI Connection not working

Hi All,

We are using vRA 7.0.1.150 Build 3622989 and when trying to connect through PowerCLI I am getting below error.

I need VM Name, Description, Creation , Expiry details of VMs tagged under vRA in csv file.

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Thanks in Advance

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LucD
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That is a rather old PowerCLI version you are using.

Not sure what you are actually trying to do.
Where does vRA come into this?
The Connect-CIServer cmdlet is used to connect to a Cloud server.

If you want to access vRA through PowerCLI, I would suggest having a look at PowervRA, a community module.


Blog: lucd.info  Twitter: @LucD22  Co-author PowerCLI Reference

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Sivaramsharmar
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That's my Bad, Thanks for directing me to correct way for connecting to vRA through PowerCLI.

I have gone through the examples and I am not able to get the list of VMs which are being managed by vRA.

Is there any alternate way to get the output in below format.

VM Name, Description, Creation Date, Expiry Date as shown in vRA Portal.

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LucD
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Do you have PowervRA installed?


Blog: lucd.info  Twitter: @LucD22  Co-author PowerCLI Reference

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Sivaramsharmar
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I have installed PowervRA but not able to get the machine details.

Referred the PowervRA documents and functions as well. But I am not able to get the machine details.

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