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  • Chris 4:24 pm on January 31, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: certification, VCP 4   

    My VMware Welcome Kit is Here ! 

    Hi Folks ,

    I just received my VMware welcome kit for VCP 4.0 . All I can say is good things comes to those that wait … When I was younger that really meant a lot but now that I’m older …not sure if I have the time anymore .. Can you feel me ?

    🙂

     

     

    VMware Certificate

    You get the certificate with a nice letter that has your free VMware Workstation 7 permanent Key ..

    Nice

    Chris

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  • Chris 11:18 pm on January 1, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: postaweek2011, , ,   

    Get the Local Time for your VMHost 

    Hi Folks ,

    Quick one liner to get the local time of your vmhost . Its good to check to make sure that your host is not out of sync because your VM’s depend on it.

    get-vmhost -Name (FQDN of Host ) | % {Get-View $_.ExtensionData.ConfigManager.DateTimeSystem} | %{$_.QueryDateTime().ToLocalTime()}

    Happy New Year 🙂

    Chris

     
    • Glenn 11:38 pm on March 20, 2011 Permalink

      Hey Chris,

      I was so happy to find this “one liner”. It is (almost) exactly what I was trying to do. I am trying to run this across all hosts on a VC by removing the -Name.

      I am trying to work out how to include the host name (before or after) on the same line as the date /time. Any ideas? I am only new to powercli and having trouble working it out.

      Regards

      Glenn

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