News of the VMware license change has many vSphere administrators looking to audit their vSphere licensing. Using PowerCLI automation makes this much easier. Let's see how to perform the new VMware processor licensing audit with PowerShell.
One rather large let-down with the ISE is it has no straight forward 'intended' upgrade path; It appears that M$, in their immaculate stupidity, did not recognize that this tool should be upgraded with more modern versions of powershell, so they did not develop the app with this in mind, or at-the-least do not support it, as I can't find any documentation to do so in any case.
This is very helpful but and I am trying to adapt it to what I need but stuck.
I need the run through a list of shares (UNC paths) and report the size of each share and how many files. I need this for all folders and subfolders and files but I don't need a breakdown of the subfolders and files. I do not need hidden files.
So for example, these 3 shares. I need import a csv list of shares / paths.
Public Preview of PowerShell Support in Jupyter NotebooksToday, the .NET team shipped an exciting new preview of .NET Interactive. If youre unfamiliar, .NET Interactive (within a Jupyter environment) provides the ability to write .NET Jupyter Notebooks which are a powerful tool that combines documentation and the ability to execute and see the output of code all in the same file.
Secrets Management Module Vault ExtensionsA new PowerShell Secrets Management module has been published on PowerShell Gallery. It is currently in a pre-release state and still in active development. Even though the module is not complete, we have released it to gather early community feedback.