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Use PowerCLI cmdlets and scripts to access Virtualization Manager data

The SolarWinds Virtualization Manager PowerCLI contains cmdlets that provide access to a SolarWinds Virtualization Manager server.

Use the Get-Command built-in cmdlet to retrieve the SolarWinds Virtualization Manager commands.

For more information about a command, use the Get-Help cmdlet, or see Syntax and usage of PowerCLI cmdlets.

Features accessible through cmdlets

feature cmdlet
Basic session management Connect-H9Server, Disconnect-H9Server
Basic collection setup Add-H9Credential, Add-H9Datasource, Get-H9Collector, Get-H9Credentials
Search and facet browsing Set-H9Query, Get-H9Result, Get-H9Facet
Active list integration Add-H9List, Set-H9List, Show-H9List, Clear-H9List
Label management Get-H9Label, Clear-H9Label, Set-H9Label
Notes Get-H9Note, New-H9Note
Document DNA Export-H9DNA
Dependency graph browsing Get-H9Related
User content retrieval and management Get-H9Content, Set-H9Content, Remove-H9Content, Get-H9Report, Get-H9AlertRefs
vSphere PowerCLI integration ConvertTo-H9Ref
Property Get-H9Property, Set-H9Property
Simple document management Get-H9Doc, Get-H9History, Set-H9Doc

For information about the usage of cmdlets, see Syntax and usage of PowerCLI cmdlets.

Access scripts to manage the virtual environment

PowerShell scripts are stored in the Scripts directory within the SolarWinds Virtualization Manager PowerCLI directory. By default, this is C:\Program Files\Hyper9 VEO PowerCLI.

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