psVIC – PowerShell Virtual Infrastructure Client


Yes, that is what it is! You can get it from here. As listed on the page, it requires the PowerShell 2.0 CTP 3 available from here. You’ll also want to grab the VMware Remote Console from here (It is optional however).


After you pull down the .7z file, extract it anywhere you like. From there, change this line:

“line goes here”

Then execute the .ps1 file. It’s that simple. Take a look:


PS C:\psvic-05> dir

    Directory: Microsoft.PowerShell.Core\FileSystem::C:\psvic-05

Mode                LastWriteTime     Length Name
—-                ————-     —— —-
d—-         1/20/2009   6:59 PM            lng
d—-         1/20/2009   6:59 PM            modules
-a—         1/15/2009   8:43 AM      13160 psvic.ps1

PS C:\psvic-05> ./psvic.ps1


So after you run the psvic.ps1 file and supply your credentials, this is what you’re given:


Pretty cool, but also in German. Anyone care to do an English translation?

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