Get-EsxImageProfile

Lists the image profiles from software depots as well as image profiles created by the user. The output is in table form by default. Pass the image profile in the -ImageProfile parameter to the New-EsxImageProfile, Export-EsxImageProfile, Set-EsxImageProfile, Add-EsxSoftwarePackage, Remove-EsxSoftwarePackage, and Compare-EsxImageProfile cmdlets in one of these ways: *Use the name of the image profile *Pipe the output of this cmdlet into the cmdlets See each cmdlet's examples for details.

Syntax

[[-Vendor]  <String[]>]
[[-AcceptanceLevel]  <AcceptanceLevels[]>]
[[-SoftwareDepot]  <SoftwareDepot[]>]
[-Name  <String[]>]
[CommonParameters]

Parameters

Required Parameter Name Type Position Features Description
optional
Vendor
String[] 1 Filters the output to list only image profiles whose Vendor field matches one of the strings supplied. Wildcard characters are supported.
optional
AcceptanceLevel
AcceptanceLevels[] 2 Filters the output to list only image profiles whose AcceptanceLevel field matches one of the strings supplied. Must be one of the following values:*VMwareCertified*VMwareAccepted*PartnerSupported*CommunitySupported
optional
SoftwareDepot
SoftwareDepot[] 3
  • pipeline
  • optional
    Name
    String[] named Filters the output to list only image profiles whose Name field matches one of the strings supplied. Wildcard characters are supported.

    Output

    Examples


    Example 1

    Get-EsxImageProfile

    Display all image profiles from depots and all image profiles the user created during this PowerCLI session:

    Example 2

    Get-EsxImageProfile -Name "ESX-5.0*"

    Display all ESX 5.0 profiles:

    Example 3

    Get-EsxImageProfile | ? {$_.Vendor -ne "VMware"}

    Display all image profiles from vendors other than VMware:

    Example 4

    (Get-EsxImageProfile -Name "Profile A").VibList

    List all the VIB packages from a particular image profile:

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