Got blade chassis with HP Virtual Connect?

Manage them with PowerShell and PowerGUI!

Just download Adam’s HP Virtual Connect Management powerpack here, and you will be able to:

  • Configure Networks, uplink sets and server profiles
  • Create, edit and delete users
  • Configure LDAP settings for authentication
  • View and edit SNMP settings
  • View and configure uplink ports and check statistics
  • Power on & off servers
  • View system log

And much more. All from a convenient rich client (or your PowerShell scripts)!

Another enterprise systems joins the PowerShell realms. Another case of the jug filling drop by drop. 😉

Download Adam’s HP Virtual Connect Management powerpack here and leave there comments so Adam knows what you think!

4 Responses to “Got blade chassis with HP Virtual Connect?”

  1. 1 Anonymous April 23, 2012 at 12:00 pm

    Hi Dmitry, I have downloaded PowerGUI & HP Virtual Connect Power Pack, I have some added some VC to the console, but I noticed I can only work 1 VC at a time, is there a way to work with a few VCs & get the details exported/report for a few VC instead of 1 VC at a time?

  2. 2 Bere October 11, 2012 at 2:24 pm

    Hi dimitry, you has how configure LDAP in the HP VCM? have some blogs?

    thanks. 🙂

  3. 3 Glen April 25, 2017 at 12:05 pm

    Can this still be downloaded somewhere?!!!

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