I’ll be the first to admit I sometime spend too much time with tools that work for me. One of those tools is the PowerGUI script editor. I had been holding out hope that after the Dell acquisition of Quest Software and its subsequent spin-off that PowerGUI would release to the public domain, but with no changes in 3+ years and a hiccup in the current tool, I’m now tossed between two different environments for development – VisualStudio Code and Powershell ISE. Here’s my take on both.
PowerCLI 6.5.1 – It was too Easy!
I’ll write a post soon about the new features I’ve found useful in PowerCLI 6.5.1, but as for the install, it was just too easy.
Uninstall your current PowerCLI instance through Windows add ans remove programs, open up a Powershell console as administrator, type in “install-module vmware.powercli” hit enter and answer yes to one or two question. Done!