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VMware vCenter Server 7 Profiles with PowerShell

There is new feature introduced with VMware vSphere 7.0 and it is completely different from the ESXi host profiles. vCenter Server 7 Profiles feature allows you to list profiles, export vCenter server configuration from one vCenter server and then import and validate on another destination vCenter S…

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Microsoft Azure Rest API using PowerShell Part 2

While working on Microsoft Azure Rest API using PowerShell script, there is prerequisite to create a service principal (App Registration) first and use its client id and secrets in headers to generate bearer token key. But I was looking to use my existing username and password as credentials. For …

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Microsoft Azure Rest API using PowerShell

Using Microsoft Azure REST API is great way to automate Azure Resources and operations. Some times I have found PowerShell Az module is not present on remote servers and I need to automate azure things, Rest API is very handy at the time when features which are not available on PowerShell module AZ.…

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Powershell Dell iDrac redfish Rest API basic authentication

In one of my blog Configure Dell iDrac9 Rest API with Powershell I showed how use x-auth-token to connect to Dell iDrac, here I instead of token, using basic authentication (use UserName and Password each time to connect to Redfish iDRAC rest api), This is just a example and I will be using expli…

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Powershell vCenter server Rest API create and assign tag and tagcategory

While working on one of the automation project I wanted to assign tags and tag category on VMware clusters using Powershell, It is easy task when done using PowerCLI module but the requirement was not to use PowerCLI module instead make use of vSphere vCenter Rest API

PowerCLI create, modif…

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