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Get Cluster name of VM from VMM 2012 SP1 via PoSHServer
Posted in Windows Powershell | No Comment | 664 views | 22/05/2013 14:17

This is an example script for PoSHServer to query cluster names via HTTP get request.

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# Check Remote PowerShell Session
$CheckPSSession = Get-PSSession -ComputerName S0134CloudVMM04
if (!$CheckPSSession)
{
	#$SecurePassword = ConvertTo-SecureString "Password_Here" -AsPlainText -Force
	#$Credentials = New-Object -TypeName System.Management.Automation.PSCredential -ArgumentList "Domain\Username", $SecurePassword
	#$Session = New-PSSession -Computername VMMHost2012 -Credential $Credentials
	$Session = New-PSSession -Computername VMMHost2012
}
else
{
	$Session = $CheckPSSession
}
 
# Get Virtual Machine Name
$VMName = $PoSHQuery.VM
 
# Get Virtual Machine Details Function
Function Get-InterVMDetails
{
Param ($Session, $VMName)
 
	Invoke-Command -Session $Session -ArgumentList $VMName -ScriptBlock {
	param($VMName)
	$CheckModule = Get-Module -Name virtualmachinemanager -EA SilentlyContinue
	if (!$CheckModule)
	{
		Import-Module -Name virtualmachinemanager -EA SilentlyContinue
	}
	$VMDetails = Get-SCVirtualMachine "$VMName"
	$VMHost = $VMDetails.VMHost
	$VMHostDetails = Get-SCVMHost "$VMHost"
	$VMHostCluster = $VMHostDetails.HostCluster
	$VMHostCluster.Name
	}
}
 
# Get VM Details
if ($VMName)
{
	$VMDetails = Get-InterVMDetails -VMName $VMName -Session $Session
 
}
 
# Output Web Interface
@"
$($VMDetails)
"@

Save this script as “getclustername.ps1″. Put it into PoSHServer homedirectory. After that you can query like this:

http://localhost:8080/getclustername.ps1?vmname=My_VM_Name

You can query any information like this via PowerShell remoting.



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