This UCS PowerShell script allows you to enter a list of UCS domains and have the script log into all of them and present you with a GUI interface of a list of all service profiles in all UCS domains in alphabetical order and then select and launch KVM.
The purpose for this script is to allow an organization who has deployed many UCS domains to ask an operator to access KVM on a blade without the specific need to know which UCS domain it's located on.
v0.1.7 - Initial Posted Version
v0.1.9 - New look and feel. Common Scripting Elements. Tests for minimum version of PowerShell at v3
v0.1.10 - Added built in help. Command line options. Standard naming convention. Display UCSM domain with Service Profile.
v0.1.11 - Added support for saved credentials file
As always, let me know if you have any questions, problems or suggestions.
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