skyline-help.ps1

Do you find it difficult to keep consistent Skyline configurations to external sources (vCenter, NSX, vROps, etc.)?  You can connect to each source individually, but that does not work well when you have 10+ sources

 

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CREATE-ROLE
skyline-help.ps1 create-role VCENTER ROLE
    ie: skyline-help.ps1 create-role 192.168.222.10 Skyline


CHECK-ROLE
skyline-help.ps1 check-role VCENTER ROLE
    ie: skyline-help.ps1 check-rule 192.168.222.10 Skyline

ADD-2-ROLE
skyline-help.ps1 add-2-role VCENTER USER ROLE
    ie: skyline-help.ps1 add-2-role 192.168.222.10 sonnyvn Skyline

CHECK-ACCOUNT
skyline-help.ps1 check-account VCENTER USER
    ie: skyline-help.ps1 check-account 192.168.222.10 sonnyvn


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SKYLINE-PREP (NOTE: install prep locally)
skyline-help.ps1 skyline-prep

CHECK-UPDATE
skyline-help.ps1 check-update SKYLINE-COLLECTOR
    ie: skyline-help.ps1 check-update 192.168.222.50

INSTALL-UPDATE
skyline-help.ps1 install-update SKYLINE-COLLECTOR
    ie: skyline-help.ps1 install-update 192.168.222.50

CHECK-VERSION
skyline-help.ps1 check-version SKYLINE-COLLECTOR
    ie: skyline-help.ps1 check-version 192.168.222.50

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NSX-PREP (NOTE: install prep locally)
skyline-help.ps1 nsx-prep


CHECK-NSXACCOUNT (NOTE: use vCenter admin account)
skyline-help.ps1 check-nsxaccount VCENTER USER
    ie: skyline-help.ps1 check-nsxaccount 192.168.222.10 Skyline


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3289110466 2 years ago
I am a VMware employee. Feel free to get a hold of me via "nguyenso@vmware.com"