Tag: VMware vSphere PowerCLI

Using VMware PowerCLI (#002) – User Accounts

As part of my studying, in this post I’d post one little scripts which I made so far for working with user accounts on “VMware ESXi” hosts. This script will add or remove user account from all hosts connected to one “VMware vCenter” server, in next version I’d add selecting function so user can be […]

Updated: April 29, 2012 — 2:12 PM

PowerCLI, TSM and Warning

Well, this post is all about doing some administration tasks using “VMware PowerCLI“. 1. Remote TSM (SSH) Think about conditions you’ve added 30 new hosts to your vCenter and for some reasons  you want to enable remote access (SSH) on all these hosts; there are multiple ways like: 1. Enabling this option from “DCUI” by […]

Updated: April 27, 2012 — 1:19 PM

Using VMware PowerCLI (#001)

After long absence, I’m back with some new posts which I hope they become useful one day. Code #001 (Disconnecting CD Drives): Last night, while I was looked for making some changes on my hosts in my home lab, I ran “RVTools” for checking VMs if they mounted any ISO images, so I can disconnect […]

Updated: November 28, 2011 — 11:48 PM

VMware vSphere PowerCLI

Today is the first day I’m starting using VMware vSphere PowerCLI and I’ll post any script I’m writing during my study, I hope they become useful (some day). Last night we have power outage and because I’m not using UPS at home for my lab, both of my systems powered off. Today I have powered […]

Updated: November 24, 2016 — 7:55 PM