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VMwareFever PowerShell Module

PowerShell Module with custom functions and cmdlets for VMware vSphere.

Introduction

This is a personal PowerShell Module by Claudio Spizzi. It is used to manage VMware vSphere, e.g. connecting or remote management.

Features

  • Connect-VMware
    Connect to the VMware vCenter.

  • Open-VMwareVMConsole
    Open a VMware Console session to the target VM.

Versions

Please find all versions in the GitHub Releases section and the release notes in the CHANGELOG.md file.

Installation

Use the following command to install the module from the PowerShell Gallery, if the PackageManagement and PowerShellGet modules are available:

# Download and install the module
Install-Module -Name 'VMwareFever'

Alternatively, download the latest release from GitHub and install the module manually on your local system:

  1. Download the latest release from GitHub as a ZIP file: GitHub Releases
  2. Extract the module and install it: Installing a PowerShell Module

Requirements

The following minimum requirements are necessary to use this module, or in other words are used to test this module:

  • Windows PowerShell 5.1
  • Windows 10

Contribute

Please feel free to contribute by opening new issues or providing pull requests. For the best development experience, open this project as a folder in Visual Studio Code and ensure that the PowerShell extension is installed.

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