Category Archives: PowerCLI

PowerCLI – Upgrading VMtools without rebooting a Virtual Machine

VMware Tools is a suite of utilities that enhances the performance of the virtual machine’s guest operating system and improves management of the virtual machine. Without VMware Tools installed in your guest operating system, guest performance lacks important functionality. Whenever … Continue reading

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PowerCLI – Disable/Enable hotadd cpu and memory options on multiple virtual machines

Hot Add Memory and Hot Add vCPU options in VMware lets you to add Memory and vCpu to virtual machine while the vm is powered-on however there might be situations where we would like to disable this option on virtual … Continue reading

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PowerCLI script for deleting specified user account from ESX/ESXi hosts

vSphere PowerCLI: Windows PowerShell interface for managing vSphere is very powerful tool that can be used for managing large environments running ESX/ESXi servers. I have tried writing a Powercli script for deleting specified user account from ESX host This script … Continue reading

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