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Powershell/Powercli script to Join  ESXi hosts to a domain and add AD authentication

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Hi,
we have multiple hosts connected with different domain. I need a powershell/powercli/shell script to change domain, DNS servers and Default Gateway for multiple esxi 5.0 hosts. also need to add AD permission to the hosts so that domain admin group can log in to the esxi host with individual accounts.

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