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===== Integration with ESXi shell =====
  
 
* [[PowerCLI: Using plink to modify ESXi host configuration files via SSH]]
 
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* [[PowerCLI: enable SSH and configure ESXi Firewall]]
 
* [[PowerCLI: enable SSH and configure ESXi Firewall]]
 
* [[PowerCLI: Update host from ESXi 5.1 to 5.1 update 1]]
 
 
* [[PowerCLI: VM stats and Google Charts]]
 
  
 
* [[PowerCLI: Update ESXi Root Password with Password Generator]]
 
* [[PowerCLI: Update ESXi Root Password with Password Generator]]

Revision as of 10:56, 26 April 2014

PowerCLI is the "new' name for what used to be called the Virtual Infrastructure Toolkit, or VI Toolkit in short. In order to manage your virtual infrastructure on windows using scripts you will most likely want to use the VI Toolkit for windows and PowerShell

Learning VI-Toolkit Powershell

PowerCLI videos

PowerCLI Oneliners

Hugo Peeters started with posting so called oneliners to indicate how powerful the VI-Toolkit on Powershell is. After a while this got picked up by others as sort of a sport to see if you can do it in one line. Below is a collection of links with oneliners from great powershell scripters. These pages now contains links to oneliners from Hugo Peeters, Alan Renouf, get-admin.com and Arne Fokkema

PowerCLI scripts

integration
not categorized


VM Configuration

Host Management

Integration with ESXi shell

Storage

Networking

dvSwitch

vCloud

libraries