New Features in PowerCLI 6.0 R3

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Conclusions

With PowerCLI version 6, VMware demonstrate strategic skill in the choice of technologies for managing its own products. The comprehensive object model, which had already been developed for web services, could be well represented in .NET and thus also in PowerShell. The update to the current version is worthwhile, even if some adjustments to existing scripts might be necessary.

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