Decrypt PSCredential object password and it’s applications

Hello Everyone, I feel it's no more a secret that you can decrypt PSCredential Object and read/get the password in plain text. Wait..., I do not know what is PSCredntial object, This is what you must be thinking. I feel you stumble upon PSCredential object if you do basic PowerShell for system administration. Get-Credential is the cmdlet … Continue reading Decrypt PSCredential object password and it’s applications

vSphere 7.0 : DRS Re-Designed

Although vsphere 7.0 is a major enhancement in itself with lots of new features added like Kubernetes (Project Pacific), vCenter Server Profiles, vsphere Lifecycle Manager(vLCM), Certificate Management, Refactored vMotion etc. But the one that caught my eye and is completely re-designed after a span of 15 years is DRS (Distributed Resource Scheduler). How DRS used … Continue reading vSphere 7.0 : DRS Re-Designed

PsTK1: Getting Started with ‘NetApp PowerShell Toolkit’

Welcome back, As promised earlier, I am back with the new blog series. So let's get started. Note: From, Hereon I will be using abbreviation PSTK for 'NetApp PowerShell ToolKit', as the same has been referred on NetApp documentation as well. What is Netapp PowerShell ToolKit?  NetApp PowerShell Tool Kit (PSTK) is a PowerShell Toolkit … Continue reading PsTK1: Getting Started with ‘NetApp PowerShell Toolkit’

Coming Soon: Blog Series, Netapp PowerShell Toolkit

Hello Everyone, I used to consider myself a VMware engineer rather than anything else. Even though my core expertise was from the VMware Compute domain, I understood well in advance that if I want to be a good VMware engineer than I must also work on the Storage and Network piece of infrastructure. In 2019, … Continue reading Coming Soon: Blog Series, Netapp PowerShell Toolkit

PSProvider and VMware datastore – PowerCLI

Hello everyone, I am writing this short blog after a long time. While explaining in-out of PowerShell to some of my friends in person, I discussed about PSProviders. Most of the knowledge about PSProvider is information only and as a script writer we dont really bother about how powershell is playing with different resources (Variable/function/Filesystem/Registery … Continue reading PSProvider and VMware datastore – PowerCLI