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sumbr
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This script gets a detailed inventory report for the UCS domains.

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menzies456
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Beginner

Hi,

I am new to power shell as of today. I've managed to run this script and it is just what I wanted.

Only thing is each time I run it I have to put in the IP of UCS and the username.

I have tried manipulating the variables but I'm obviously doing it wrong.

I'm just using UCSPE.

<#

UcsInventoryCollection.ps1 Version=1.0

Execution string:  .\UcsInventoryCollection.ps1 -ucsm 192.168.148.130 -credential  <psCredential>

                  

Example:

$user = "cliuser"

$password = "cliuser" | ConvertTo-SecureString -AsPlainText -Force

$cred = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential($user,$password)

.\UcsInventoryCollection.ps1 -ucsm 192.168.48.130 -credential $cred

This script generates UCS inventory report for given UCS(s) .

#>

Any help is appreciated.

Sam

sumbr
Enthusiast
Enthusiast

Hi Sam,

f you want to hardcode IP of your UCS domains instead of specifying every time you can follow below steps.

1. Remove the lines 20,21 and 22

[parameter(Mandatory=${true})]

  [ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]

  [string]${ucsm},

2. Modify line 408 [array]$ucsArray = $ucsm.split(",") |%{$_.Trim()} as mentioned below

[array]$ucsArray = ("192.168.48.130")

if you want to specify multiple ucs domains you can add them to the array by specifying in a comma separated way.

Similarly for credentials you can remove the lines 24 and 25

[parameter(Mandatory=${true})]

  [System.Management.Automation.PSCredential]${credential},

and define the variable $credential as your are doing outside of the script.

$user = "cliuser"

$password = "cliuser" | ConvertTo-SecureString -AsPlainText -Force

$credential = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential($user,$password)

Hope this helps. Let me know if you need more information.

Thanks,

Sumanth B R

menzies456
Beginner
Beginner

I thought that I was doing something wrong.

That is fabulous I will now use this.

Many Thanks

Sam

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