+1 from me!
I want to know on what client machines the vSphere client is installed, and I also like to see this information in the vSphere Client (ADministration / Sessions) !
I agree that this info would be useful and that it should be in the SessionManager somewhere.
So a +1 from me.
In the mean time, there is a way to get at this info, have a look at my Get complete vCenter session info post
Great work Luc!!! Thanks a lot - you are a guru!!
This is exactly the information i was searching for.
...nevertheless it would be great to have that function/cmdlet integratet into PowerCLI out of the box.
So if you like that - please keep on voting!!
Also +1 from me.
beacause it ist very usefull for my daily work.
hope these feature request will be implementet soon.
+1 from me!
@LucD nice work! You are the PowerCLI god ;-)
Have a nice day!
+1 from here...
+1 from me as well because its really helpfull for day to day working
Thanks Luc, outstanding job!
Your script is a more than acceptable work-around, but I also like the voting to continue ...
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Thanks for your comments and raising this feature, I will make sure it gets looked at and will see if we can do anything to include this in a future version of PowerCLI.
thanks for taking it into account.
No problem, we always enjoy ideas like this where we can make PowerCLI a better experience for users.
Hi Daniel I have an active session in vSphere 4.1, when I terminate the session it will re appear within 2 min. Could you send on your PowerShell function to find out where this session is coming from.
There is a link to the script in my blog post (see my earlier reply).