vSAN File Category

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.

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Add-VsanFileServiceOvf This cmdlet downloads a file service OVF file of the specified URL into the OVF repository in vSphere.
Get-VsanFileServiceDomain This cmdlet retrieves vSAN file service domains in a vSAN cluster.
Get-VsanFileServiceOvfInfo This cmdlet retrieves a vSAN file service OVF information.
Get-VsanFileShare This cmdlet retrieves vSAN file shares based on the name or ID filter.
Get-VsanFileShareSnapshot This cmdlet retrieves vSAN file share snapshots based on the name or other filters.
New-VsanFileServerIpConfig This cmdlet creates a vSAN file service IP configuration at the client side.
New-VsanFileServiceDomain This cmdlet creates a file service domain in a vSAN cluster.
New-VsanFileShare This cmdlet creates a new vSAN file share in a specified file service domain.
New-VsanFileShareNetworkPermission New-VsanFileShareNetworkPermission -IPSetOrSubnet -VsanFileShareAccessPermission [-AllowSquashRoot] [-WhatIf] [-Confirm] []
New-VsanFileShareSnapshot This cmdlet creates a vSAN file share snapshot for the specified vSAN file share.
Remove-VsanFileServiceDomain This cmdlet removes the specified vSAN file service domain from the vSAN clusters.
Remove-VsanFileShare This cmdlet removes vSAN file shares.
Remove-VsanFileShareSnapshot This cmdlet removes vSAN file share snapshots.
Set-VsanFileServiceDomain This cmdlet modifies the settings of the given vSAN file domains.
Set-VsanFileShare This cmdlet modifies the configuration of a specified vSAN file share.

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