Luc Dekens of LucD notes comments:
During my recent presentation at the 20th VMUGBE+ session, I showed different ways to run View PowerCLI cmdlets and scripts.
Several of the methods I showed, are already discussed on other blogs (to which I will include the links of course), but there is a new PowerShell feature that hasn’t been used until now (afaik).
And since I never found a complete overview of all the available methods, I decided to create this post.
CLI is a very important tool to access the hidden features in any software program. VMware View is no different. Read on to find out how to unlock everything you need.
Read more at: How to run View PowerCLI