Auditing your VMware environment with PowerCLI

Auditing your VMware environment with PowerCLI – via Happy SysAdm

Auditing your VMware environment with PowerCLI

I am a great fan of VMware PowerCLI, and even if I don’t have my blog posts on the subject, I have got a plethora of functions that I use pretty often for managing my virtual environment. Recently though, I have been asked to perform a deep audit of all the ESXi servers in our farms, and discovered that I did not have a decent function for the job.


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