Too many times now have I had to browse in a billion locations on my file systems, trying to find that one script that I wrote two or three years ago. I really have a bad habit of misfiling little scripts. That has got to change. So, I have started a little project to collect all of the PowerCLI scripts that I write and use from time to time, in a Git repository. I really needed to find a way of keeping scripts version controlled in a distributed system, whilst at the same time keeping them in a cloud based storage location other than simply Dropbox, where others can collaborate and add to it if they would wish to do so.
The repository is still very small, as I've only started working on it yesterday, however, as I write more and more scripts, I will be adding them to the repository and pushing them up to GitHub. There's no need to be able to use Git in order to make use of the scripts. Just download whatever you need and run them. However, feel free to contribute more scripts if you like.
Here is the URL to the repository: https://github.com/rynardtspies/ScriptKit
The following download contains a list of Supported Business Applications on the VMware Platform, directly sourced from the VMware website.
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Please note that currently the tool only supports Microsoft Excel. Formatting might not show up correctly with other applications.
This tool can be used to calculate the license requirements for vSphere 5.
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This calculator is provided free of charge with no warranty provided. The use of this calculator is at your own risk. The author or distributor of this tool cannot be held liable for any loss or damages as a result of using this tool. This calculator has not been approved or funded in any way shape or form by any software vendor, reseller or partner, including VMware, Inc.
The rules and figures used in this calculator are subject to change without prior notice.
I have created this QR code (Quick Response Code) generator using Google's Chart API that dynamically generates a QR code containing the URL of the current page. This is handy if you have a mobile phone with a QR barcode reader. I'm sure if you use Google to search for your mobile phone's make and model with "QR reader Software" that most mobile phones will have an application that can do this. A good place to start looking for a QR application for your mobile phone would be http://www.mobile-barcodes.com/qr-code-software/
This script will report all ESX Virtual Machine snapshots found on the SAN via email.
Script to enable support in the VMKernel of ESX 3.5** for the SATA controller built into the HP Proliant ML115 G5.