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  1. Luc Dekens (@LucD22)
    Luc Dekens (@LucD22) at |

    Great PowerCLI introduction (thanks for the mention).
    I love the Exercises, there should be more like these. I believe you learn more by trying to figure out how to do something.
    Perhaps also worth mentioning, the PowerCLI Online Reference.(http://www.vmware.com/support/developer/PowerCLI/PowerCLI501/html/index.html)

  2. Victor Forde
    Victor Forde at |

    Thanks for the post! Just the motivation I needed to break the duck on Powercli 🙂 but to do automation, powershell skills are needed so I found this place (http://www.powershellpro.com/powershell-tutorial-introduction/) for powershell tutorials in case anyone else is like me and is green when it comes to PowerCli and PowerShell.

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  4. Chris
    Chris at |

    Thanks for this informative post. Seeing how simple PowerCLI commands actually are will hopefully make everyone have a go.

    For on-the-go help with PowerCLI the iPhone app is an excellent reference: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vpowercli5-reference/id489731144?mt=8&ls=1 (its not mine but I do use it)

  5. Pablo
    Pablo at |

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  6. vignesh
    vignesh at |

    I want to learn powecli but i dont have vcenter access or host to work on that. Can you notify me if there another way to start with.

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