has anybody used powershell to identify if the vShield drivers are installed in there vm's. We've just purchased Bitdefender which requires the vShield driver to be installed in all vm's and was looking for a quick way to do validation for the presence of this component in vm's.
msinfo32.exe - Navigate to "Software Components" and then "System Drivers"
Check to see if vsepflt (name) VFileFilter (Description) is listed and running.
I'm sure you can write a pSHELL script to emulate that.