Generate-VBRLicenseUsageReport

Short Description

Creates reports on license usage.

Applies to

Product Edition: Standard, Enterprise, Enterprise Plus

Syntax

Generate-VBRLicenseUsageReport -Path <string> -Type <VBRLicenseUsageReportType> {Html | Pdf | Json}[<CommonParameters>]

Detailed Description

This cmdlet creates a report on license usage.

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Type

Required

Position

Accept Pipeline Input

Path

Specifies a name of file and the path to the folder. The cmdlet will save a report with the specified name to this folder.

String

True

Named

False

Type

Specifies a type of the report file. You can generate a report in one of the following file types:

  • Html
  • Pdf
  • Json

VBRLicenseUsageReportType

True

Named

False

<CommonParameters>

This cmdlet supports Microsoft PowerShell common parameters. For more information on common parameters, see the About CommonParameters section of Microsoft Docs.

Output Object

The cmdlet returns the VBRLicenseUsageReport object that contains license usage report.

Examples

Generate-VBRLicenseUsageReportExample 1. Creating HTML Report

This command creates the HTML report on license usage. The report is saved as the report.html file to the C:\Users\Administrator\VeeamReports\ folder.

Generate-VBRLicenseUsageReport -Path "C:\Users\Administrator\VeeamReports\NovemberReport" -Type Html

Generate-VBRLicenseUsageReportExample 2. Creating PDF Report

This command creates the PFD report on license usage. The report is saved as the report.pdf file to the C:\Users\Administrator\VeeamReports\ folder.

Generate-VBRLicenseUsageReport -Path "C:\Users\Administrator\VeeamReports\JanuaryReport" -Type Pdf

Generate-VBRLicenseUsageReportExample 3. Creating JSON Report

This command creates the JSON report on license usage. The report is saved as the report.json file to the C:\Users\Administrator\VeeamReports\ folder.

Generate-VBRLicenseUsageReport -Path "C:\Users\Administrator\VeeamReports\DecemberReport" -Type Json

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