PowerCli: Invoke-VMScript fails with “An error occurred while sending the request”

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you want to call some commands in a VM and you got the following error “An error occurred while sending the request”
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VMware: Set MAC Address of a kernel interface with PowerCli

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the New-VMHostNetworkAdapter offers the ability to set the MAC address while adding a new kernel interface. But this has a limitation. It always only a MAC within a range 00:50:56:00:00:00 – 00:50:56:3F:FF:FF.

If you try it even though you will get an error:

New-VMHostNetworkAdapter The MAC address is invalid or is not in the valid range 00:50:56:00:00:00 - 00:50:56:3F:FF:FF.

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VMware PowerCli: Eject CD/DVD Media from VMs

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when you have to eject or unmount DVD iso from your VMs, may be the iso files resists on datastore you want to remove, these one liner should help you.
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VMware: Execute scripts by Invoke-VMScript as Administrator

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this post addresses the issue that, when Windows UAC is enabled, you could not execute scripts with elevated Administrator permissions by PowerCli’s Invoke-VMScript. In my opinion when I execute scripts on VMs in more then 80% of these cases I need elevated user rights.
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VMware: Set DNS Server of all ESXi Host conntected to vCenter

Hi,

this is a script to set the DNS Servers for all ESXi Hosts connected to vCenter.

Usage is very simple. Open a PowerCli Command shell. The script accept 2 parameters. “vc” = the vCenter and “s” is the a comma separarted list of DNS Servers.

PS D:\temp> .\SetHostDNS.ps1 -vc yourVCenterServer.yourdomain -s 8.8.4.4,8.8.8.8
Set DNS Server at host1.yourdomain ... ok
Set DNS Server at host2.yourdomain ... ok

Thats all 🙂

Michael

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