Tag Archive: get-vmhost

List VMware ESXi vMotion Enabled VMkernel Interfaces Using PowerCLI

A while back during a troubleshooting exercise I created a script to list ESXi host VMKernel Interfaces (vmk) with vMotion enabled since some of the ESXi hosts had vMotion enabled on multiple interfaces. The below information is included per ESXi hosts in the script output CSV file: VMHost – ESXi host Name IP – IP …

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Create multiple VMs from existing vSphere VM using PowerCLI

I recently published the blog post “Create multiple VMs usingΒ PowerCLI”Β and as i mentioned in the post i thought the next request would be a PowerCLI script to create multiple VMs from an existing vSphere virtual machine (VM). It just took a few days before the request reached my email inbox. I actually received a few …

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Create multiple VMs using PowerCLI

A couple of days ago i received a request from a customer asking for a PowerCLI script to create VMs. There were a couple of requirements for the script. Specify the number of VMs to be created. The VMs must be powered on after the creation. The VMs must be placed on all ESXi hosts …

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