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Powershell Script to Get VM Tool Status of Virtual Machines in vCenter
By Pranay Jha | May 4, 2016 | In Tips | Total Views [ 847 ]
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Connect-VIServer -Server VCName
get-vm | % { get-view $_.ID } | select Name, @{ Name="hostName"; Expression={$_.guest.hostName}}, @{ Name="ToolsStatus"; Expression={$_.guest.toolsstatus}}, @{ Name="ToolsVersion"; Expression={$_.config.tools.toolsVersion}} | sort-object name > C:\VM.xls

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#Uncomment if this SnapIn has not been added
#Add-PSSnapIn VMware.VimAutomation.Core

CLS

$creds = Get-VICredentialStoreItem -file “C:\powercli\credfile.xml”
Connect-viserver -Server $creds.Host -User $creds.User -Password $creds.Password

Get-VM | Get-View | Select-Object @{N=”VM Name”;E={$_.Name}},@{Name=”VMware Tools”;E={$_.Guest.ToolsStatus}} | Export-CSV c:\powercli\VMwareToolsStatus.csv



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