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    by GeorginaHowland at 2012-12-14 07:52:36

    is there a powerCLI command that informs the user they are connected to a
    PowerCLI C:\> get-vm cbs* | measure-object
    Count : 419
    Average :
    Sum :
    Maximum :
    Minimum :
    Property :

    PowerCLI C:\> (What command would i type to determine which server i am retriving info from)

    I would have posted this in the PowerCLI forum however there was no post-topic button to click

    by aadkins1964 at 2012-12-17 11:52:56

    The current server is stored in the $DefaultVIServer variable, would that be what you are looking for (just type $defaultviserver and hit enter in PowerCLI)?

    by Makovec at 2012-12-17 12:00:44

    Check this thread for PowerCLI questions.

    David

    by DonJ at 2013-01-02 07:27:39

    Functions also have an -ErrorAction and -ErrorVariable parameter. You could try that.

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