Horizon - View Power CLI
View PowerCLI is a command-line and scripting tool built on PowerShell. The command line syntax for View PowerCLI cmdlets is the same as generic PowerShell syntax. PowerShell is a command line and scripting environment designed for Microsoft Windows.
You can edit and extend the View PowerCLI cmdlets script configuration file to define cmdlet aliases, configure the environment, and set startup actions.
You can use View PowerCLI cmdlets in conjunction with VMware PowerCLI cmdlets. VMware PowerCLI cmdlets provide an administrative interface to VMware vSphere. If VMware PowerCLI is installed on a View Connection Server instance, the VMware PowerCLI cmdlets load when you launch View PowerCLI.
You can refer to virtual machines and vCenter Server instances by ID in View PowerCLI, but you cannot pass these entities as objects. For other vSphere objects, such as resource pools and folders, you must provide a full path. You can use View PowerCLI cmdlets to examine the configuration of vCenter Server instances within View.
For general information about using PowerShell, see the Microsoft documentation.
1) View PowerCLI - Horizon 7
2) View PowerCLI - Horizon 6
3) View PowerCLI - View 5.x