Category Archives: PowerShell and PowerCLI Automation

Automate ESXI Host Configuration with PowerCLI and CSV

Automate ESXI Host Configuration with PowerCLI and CSV This post is about automating ESXI host configuration by using a CSV file. First, it is worth noting that if you’re a VMware customer that is licensed for Host Profiles, then I would suggest using Host Profiles to automate configuration. Configuring multiple ESXI hosts using host profiles is a well-documented… Read More »

5 EASY Examples of Using PowerShell with CSV Files

Automation is one of the themes of this blog. Many of you I’m sure are familiar with the sheer amount of power that resides in using Windows PowerShell or PowerCLI if you’re using VMware. And the internet is littered with scripts and examples of PowerShell being used to automate Active Directory, Exchange, Office 365, VMware and many other… Read More »