Now you can generate a detailed HTML-formatted report about your vSphere environment, it’s completely FREE, with this simple PowerShell script (depending on VMWare PowerCLi) generate a daily report and receive it on your email.

The following points are covered in the report:

  • General Details
  • Number of Hosts
  • Number of VMs
  • Number of Templates
  • Number of Clusters
  • Number of Datastores
  • Number of Active VMs
  • Number of Inactive VMs
  • Number of DRS Migrations for the last days
  • Snapshots over x Days old
  • Much, Much more…….

System Requirements

 

vCheck Report main page here

Report Running Steps:

  1. install the required software.
  2. download and decompress the script file.
  3. run VMWare PowerCli utility and navigate to the script path.
  4. run “./vCheck.ps1” script file.
  5. if you face “digital signature” error run this command first: Set-ExecutionPolicy -Scope Process -ExecutionPolicy Bypass
  6. complete the script configuration wizard. The wizard runs when the script runs for the first time only.
  7. HTML report should popup once the script finishes collecting the vSphere data.

 

Tutorial Video

 

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