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Using PowerCLI to remotely execute esxcli commands

First, make sure you’re using a version of PowerCLI that supports the get-esxcli cmdlet. In this case, I used a fresh install of PowerCLI 5.5. First, get-esxcli needs to be run against a single host individually, you can loop through you’re hosts later, but again, one at a time. So I did: $getcli = Get-EsxCli […]

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