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Documenting ESXi 5.1 Environment

Posted on 2014-01-31
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Hi Experts,

I'm looking for a PowerShell script or PowerCLi script that can look at my ESXi 5.1 Environment and produce documentation on it.

If anyone has something out there that can do this please help.

Much appreciated and thanks in advance.
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by:Zephyr ICT
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Have you looked into RVTools? http://www.robware.net/
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by:damejen
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Hi spravtek,

Thanks for the suggestion of RVTools, though I was looking for something along the lines of a PS script or PowerCLi that can be customized to suite my needs.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Here are a few resources we use to document client installs, we dump the information using all these tools and compile into a single report.

VMware Community Pack

vCheck

Veeam One Free Edition

Health Check Scripts

PowerCLI into Word
This is good dumps a report into Word!

Another Health Check Script
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