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vigneshkumark
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Basic of power tool

can any body help where can I find powertool basics

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Jeffrey Foster
Cisco Employee

There are a number of good resources here on the Cisco Communities site including the following:

1. Video: Automate your Infrastructure: Programmatic Management of Cisco UCS with Microsoft System Center and PowerShell:

https://communities.cisco.com/videos/11207

This session was delivered at MMS 2013 by Eric Williams and Jason Shaw

2. UCS Tech Talk: Tips and tricks for managing Cisco UCS with PowerShell and Microsoft Systems Center:

https://communities.cisco.com/docs/DOC-36655

This Tech Talk was recorded in October 2013 and includes great references to PowerShell and a number of UCS Integrations for Microsoft System Center.

3. Scripts: There are also a number of scripts provided by the community available on our UCS Integrations site here:

https://communities.cisco.com/ucsintegrations

Note: You can filter by topic, and in this case I would suggest filtering PowerTool content to help you locate the most topical resources.

4. User Guides: UCS PowerTool documentation is available here:

https://communities.cisco.com/docs/DOC-37154

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Jeffrey Foster
Cisco Employee

There are a number of good resources here on the Cisco Communities site including the following:

1. Video: Automate your Infrastructure: Programmatic Management of Cisco UCS with Microsoft System Center and PowerShell:

https://communities.cisco.com/videos/11207

This session was delivered at MMS 2013 by Eric Williams and Jason Shaw

2. UCS Tech Talk: Tips and tricks for managing Cisco UCS with PowerShell and Microsoft Systems Center:

https://communities.cisco.com/docs/DOC-36655

This Tech Talk was recorded in October 2013 and includes great references to PowerShell and a number of UCS Integrations for Microsoft System Center.

3. Scripts: There are also a number of scripts provided by the community available on our UCS Integrations site here:

https://communities.cisco.com/ucsintegrations

Note: You can filter by topic, and in this case I would suggest filtering PowerTool content to help you locate the most topical resources.

4. User Guides: UCS PowerTool documentation is available here:

https://communities.cisco.com/docs/DOC-37154

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In addition to the pointers provided by Jeffrey, you will need to understand the basics of PowerShell, as PowerTool is a module that runs within PowerShell.  You can get training from Microsoft at no cost on some of this by visiting their virtual academy - SQL Azure, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Private Cloud Courses and more - Microsoft Virtual Academy

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