Category: VMware vSphere 6.5

Microsoft Windows PowerShell – Get Host Architecture

You may use the following Microsoft Windows PowerShell script below to get the architecture, physical or virtual, of a Windows host on a network. <#.SYNOPSISThis script will provide the architure (physical of virtual) of a host..DESCRIPTIONThis script will provide the architure (physical of virtual) of a host..EXAMPLEsysteminfo /s $HOSTNAME | findstr /c:”Model:” /c:”Host Name”.AUTHORWritten by…


VMware PowerCLI – Power On a Virtual Machine

You may use the VMware PowerCLI cmdlet below to power on a VMware virtual machine. Start-VM -VM SERVER


VMware PowerCLI – Create a Snapshot

You may use the following VMware PowerCLI cmdlet to create a snapshot of a virtual machine (VM) in VMware. New-Snapshot -VM HOSTNAME -Name “<<>>” -Description “<<>>”


VMware PowerCLI – Exit VMware ESXi Host out of Maintenance Mode

You may use the following VMware PowerCLI script to exit a VMware ESXi host out of maintenance mode. <# .SYNOPSIS This script will exit a VMware ESXi host out of maintenance mode. .DESCRIPTION This script will exit a VMware ESXi host out of maintenance mode. .EXAMPLE Set-VMHost -VMhost HOST.DOMAIN.COM -State Connected. .AUTHOR Written by Noel…


VMware PowerCLI – Place VMware ESXi Host in Maintenance Mode

You may use the following VMware PowerCLI script to place a VMware ESXi host in maintenance mode. <# .SYNOPSIS This script will place a VMware ESXi host in maintenance mode. .DESCRIPTION This script will place a VMware ESXi host in maintenance mode. .EXAMPLE Set-VMHost -VMhost HOST.DOMAIN.COM -State Maintenance. .AUTHOR Written by Noel Enrique Alvarez on…


VMware PowerCLI – View Snapshots

You may use the following VMware PowerCLI cmdlets to view all of the snapshots managed by vCenter Server or more specifically a cluster. These are sample commands and further information and documentation may be found here. Get-VM | Get-Snapshot | Format-List Get-VM | Get-Snapshot | Format-List VM, Name, SizeGB, Created, Description Get-VM -Location “CLUSTER01” | Get-Snapshot…