Cmdlets are usually implemented around resource operations. The four basic operations are CREATE, READ, UPDATE and DELETE. This set of operations is known as CRUD. Most of the cmdlets support CRUD which are respectively cmdlets that start with the New/Get/Set/Remove cmdlet verbs but they also may have additional operations.
You can READ objects by using Get-KeyProviderServiceInfo cmdlet.
You can REMOVE objects by using Remove-KeyProviderServiceInfo cmdlet.
|Add-KeyProviderServiceInfo||This cmdlet adds key provider service information, which comes from the Trust Authority key provider service running in the Trust Authority system or its detailed information in the workload vCenter Server system.|
|Export-KeyProvider||This cmdlet exports a specified key provider configuration to a specified file. You can use only the NativeKeyProvider type for the KeyProvider parameter.|
|Import-KeyProvider||This cmdlet imports a key provider from a specified configuration file.|
|Register-KeyProvider||This cmdlet registers a trusted key provider in the workload vCenter Server system which you can use for encryption operations.|
|Unregister-KeyProvider||This cmdlet unregisters the specified key provider from the workload vCenter Server system. For a trusted key provider, you cannot use it in encryption operations. For a standard key provider, you can remove it from the workload vCenter Server system.|
|Add-KeyManagementServer||This cmdlet adds a key management server to a vCenter Server system.|
|Get-KeyManagementServer||This cmdlet retrieves the key management servers registered on the vCenter Server system.|
|Get-KeyProvider||This cmdlet retrieves all key providers from the vCenter Server system.|
|Remove-KeyManagementServer||This cmdlet removes the specified key management servers from the vCenter Server systems.|
|Set-KeyManagementServer||This cmdlet configures the settings of the key management server.|
|Set-KeyProvider||This cmdlet modifies the settings of the specified key provider.|