Mike Stump of the #eager0 comments:
A complex system of PowerShell and PowerCLI scripts manages the virtual machine lifecycle here. The scripts are remarkable in their implementation, and for years have been humming along just fine without much modification, even though the creator left two years ago.
Recent changes to the environment, however, caused portions of these scripts to break. So guess who gets to fix them? Correct: your humble correspondent.
The CLI is quick and easy and a great way to get certain tasks done. Mike shows us how to extend that idea to something that gets done quite often: fixing networking in VMware.
Read more at: PowerCLI for Modifying VM Network Adapters