New Release: VMware PowerCLI 10.1.1

New Release: VMware PowerCLI 10.1.1

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It’s release day and we have another terrific update ready for you. VMware PowerCLI 10.1.1 includes some very important updates specifically for the Horizon View folks!

PowerCLI 10.1.1 includes brand new support for Horizon View 7.5. This is quite significant because Horizon View was released just a few short weeks ago and had quite a few amazing updates as well. More information about the Horizon View 7.5 release is available: Horizon 7.5 View Release Notes

PowerCLI 10.1.1 Support for Horizon

There are two other notable improvements which came thanks to the community! The first is around an issue where users were receiving ‘insufficient privileges’ when attempting to connect to the Horizon View server. The second is around an issue where users would occasionally receive an error message of ‘the request channel timed out while waiting for a reply after 00:01:39.9969495’. Both of these have been updated and should now work as intended!

Summary

VMware PowerCLI 10.1.1 is continuing to show the evolution in our processes to be able to bring the latest and greatest features to you faster and faster. With this release, there are new APIs available from Horizon View 7.5 plus a couple improvements to the way PowerCLI interacts with the Horizon View server.

It’s as simple as ‘Update-Module -Name VMware.PowerCLI’ to update your PowerCLI version!

Sample: Update-Module -Name VMware.PowerCLI

For more information on changes made in VMware PowerCLI 10.1.1, including improvements, security enhancements, and deprecated features, see the VMware PowerCLI Change Log. For more information on specific product features, see the VMware PowerCLI 10.1.1 User’s Guide. For more information on specific cmdlets, see the VMware PowerCLI 10.1.1 Cmdlet Reference.

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