All, I can connect to vrops using connect-omserver. I can see the VM resources. Is there a way via powershell and powercli to get a tool status report without connecting to vi servers?
I know this question has been asked before, unfortunately without an answer (see here).
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It can be nice to have in vRops,
Currently I get via powershell script only.