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Use these PowerCLI cmdlets to automate VMware vSphere

Submitted by on October 11, 2018 – 1:41 amNo Comment

VMware administrators who manage complex migration or configuration tasks with vMotion or ESXi should consider using PowerCLI cmdlets to copy files to and from local machines and VMware VMs.

VMware created the PowerCLI module on top of PowerShell to enable VMware administrators to interact with vSphere and perform tasks that are similar to the ones available in the vSphere web client. PowerCLI offers a more efficient, programmatic way to interact with vSphere compared to the relatively slow GUI.

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