Gets information about a license installed for the Virtualization Extensions Service.
Applies to versions: 6.0, 6.5, 7.0, 8.0
Get-License [-VESServer <Object>] [<CommonParameters>]
This cmdlet retrieves information about a license installed for the Virtualization Extensions Service. The cmdlet returns an object that represents the license.
The cmdlet displays the following property values for the license:
Company: name of the company for which the license was issued
Product: name of the licensed software product
Description: license text
Email: email of the person for whom the license was issued
ExpirationDate: license expiration date
SupExprDate: support expiration date
FirstName: first name of the person for whom the license was issued
LastName: last name of the person for whom the license was issued
Version: version of the licensed software product
LicenseType: license type
Expired: flag indicating whether the license has expired
SupportExpired: flag indicating whether the prepaid support has expired
CpuNumber: number of licensed VMware sockets
UsedCPUs: number of sockets already allocated for monitored VMware servers
HypervCpuNumber: number of licensed Hyper-V sockets
HypervUsedCPUs: number of sockets already allocated for monitored Hyper-V servers
Specifies the Virtualization Extensions server. You can pass the following types of values:
- Name of a machine (remote or local) where the Virtualization Extensions Service runs.
Acceptable formats for the input value are: server name (such as "localhost" or "."), IP address (such as "126.96.36.199") and FQDN (such as "localhost.veeam.local").
- Veeam.Psves.VesConnection object.
For more information, type “get-help about_VESServerParameter”.
Accept Pipeline Input?
Accept Wildcard Characters?
This cmdlet supports Microsoft PowerShell common parameters. For more information about common parameters, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=113216.
If the -VESServer parameter is not specified, the cmdlet will connect to the Virtualization Extensions Service on the local machine.
The cmdlet returns a Veeam.Psves.License object that represents the license.
This command gets license details.