June 1, 2017
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I’m blogging live from the Boston Summer VMUG Usercon 2017 where I’m sharing my top 10 PowerShell tips and tricks. A big topic at the show, for anyone interested in PowerShell and PowerCLI, is the change with PowerCLI 6.5.1 in how you install, update and load it. This is pretty important because all your scripts are going to need updating! Otherwise, they will potentially stop working if you are about to or have already upgraded to vSphere 6.5.x. There’s no reason that I’m aware of that you can’t upgrade in advance and still interact with vSphere 6.0 etc. So now is as good as time as any to start planning your upgrade.
Before PowerCLI 6.5.1 you would’ve used this at the start of each script:
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