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Modifying Powershell to list VM with certain hardware installed

Posted on 2010-11-16
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Hi,

I'd like to know if it is possible to modify this script to include the adapter type in the next column ?

Thanks,

JJ

Note: this is the continuation from http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/Powershell/Q_26591906.html
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# TScript: List VMs with Network Adapter Type											  #
# Created by: Luciano Patrão													       	  #
# Date: 04-10-2010   						 	     	                	       		  #
###########################################################################################

Connect-VIServer $server -User $user -Password $pwd

$vms = Get-VM
write "`nVM's with Network Adapter Type: "
foreach ($vm in $vms | where { $_ | get-NetworkAdapter | where { $_.TYPE -ne "vmxnet3"} })  
{write $vm.name}

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by:Luciano Patrão
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Hi again :)

I will create you a new script in the end of the day, then I will post it here

Jail
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Chris Dent earned 2000 total points
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Hello there,

It depends a little on what you'd like to see exactly. But you can add the Adapter Type as a property to the output:

Get-VM | Select-Object Name, 
  @{n='AdapterType';e={
    $_ | Get-NetworkAdapter | Where-Object { $_.Type -ne "vmxnet3" } | Select-Object -Expand Type }}

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Don't forget you can use Export-CSV if you want that pumping out to a file.

HTH

Chris
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Thanks Chris.
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@BestWay, many thanks for your efforts in trying to help me man.
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by:Luciano Patrão
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Hi

Sorry I have been busy. But glade that you have manage.

Jail
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no worries BestWay, all the best for you in your duty :-)
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