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PowerCli 6 Script Questions

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Last Modified: 2016-01-18
I am not very good in PowerShell yet and create the following script to check the values listed below. Ideally I would like all results displayed in one out-gridview with the name of the host listed to the right or left of each value and be able to use a variable in my host name so I can scan multiple host but having problems getting a variable to work. I think I am 50% there and was hoping for some additional guidance.

get-advancedsetting -entity server1 -name datamover.hardwareAcceleratedMove | out-gridview
get-advancedsetting -entity server1 -name DataMover.HardwareAcceleratedInit | out-gridview
get-advancedsetting -entity server1 -name VMFS3.HardwareAcceleratedLocking | out-gridview
get-advancedsetting -entity server1 -name VMFS3.EnableBlockDelete | out-gridview
get-advancedsetting -entity server1 -name DataMover.MaxHWTransferSize | out-gridview
get-vmhost -name server1 | esxcli storage nmp satp rule list | out-gridview

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