vCenter Inventory via PowerShell

It is great to be able to virtualize servers. Here is a simple script to gather the inventory of your vCenter server. You need the VMWare PowerCLI and PowerShell.

Connect-VIServer {Virtual Center Machine}

Get-Inventory | format-table Host, Name, PowerState -autosize > c:outputfile.txt

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2 thoughts on “vCenter Inventory via PowerShell”

  1. Hi,

    Thanks for your scripts. Can we use this export for your “removeVms” and Add inventory scripts?
    I’m currently searching to know how create the following file:
    #Import VM information
    $VMs = Import-Csv .vminformation.csv

    Thanks in advance.


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