I’ve gotten some great feedback from my original Power Shell/Power CLI script to deploy multiple VMs asynchronously via a CSV file found here.
I decided a minor update was needed to employ these new ideas along with a few I had myself.
The cause of the error could be a mistake or a simple typo.
We found the following incorrectly given filename extensions that are the most frequent in the case of files.
1) OS Customization Spec I won’t go into great detail about what a OS Customization Spec is but I did want to point out a few helpful items.
Essentially, we need to create a Custom Spec that we will then use as a template of sorts.
As the field descriptions have been added to the script, I won’t go over all of them here.For ease of use you can get to a point where a single one-liner will fire off the script like so: Logging The last point to mention is that a directory is created to store a log of the actions as well as a folder to store a copy of the Deploy so you can keep track of who has done what and when.These folders are created in the same directory in which the script is run. If you found an error on this page, or if you have information that should be here, then don’t hesitate. We gladly accept application suggestions, but our primary goal is to suggest reliable, open-source applications that can be freely distributed to the users.If you find the information on our site to be useful, then save our page’s link or add it to your favourites.The VMS file is a Data file, which is connected to the Dreamcast VMU Save File according to our registry.