VEShell Cmdlets

For configuration and management of Virtualization Extensions Service, you can use the following sets of VEShell cmdlets.

Virtualization Extensions Service

Name

Description

New-VEConnection

Creates a new object that stores settings for connecting to the Virtualization Extensions Service (computer name, port and access credentials).

Connect-VE

Opens a connection to the Virtualization Extensions Service.

Disconnect-VE

Closes a connection to the Virtualization Extensions Service.

Get-VESettings

Gets Extensions Service settings for the Virtualization Extensions Service.

Set-VESettings

Sets the value of the specified Extensions Service setting.

Start-VEShellClient

Overrides default Virtualization Extensions Service connection settings.

Get-License

Gets information about a license installed for the Virtualization Extensions Service.

Install-License

Installs a new license for the Virtualization Extensions Service.

VMware server

Name

Description

Get-VMwareServer

Gets VMware servers registered in the Virtualization Extensions Service configuration.

Add-VMwareServer

Adds VMware server connection to the Virtualization Extensions Service configuration.

Remove-VMwareServer

Removes VMware server connection from the Virtualization Extensions Service configuration.

Test-VMwareServerConnection

Tests VMware server(s) connection.

Set-VMwareServerConnectionSettings

Changes connection settings for the VMware server.

Set-VMwareServerNewJobPlaceholder

Moves the New Job Placeholder for a registered VMware server to the specified monitoring group.

Set-VMwareServerProxySettings

Sets proxy connection settings for a registered VMware server.

Out-TopologyTree

Formats VMware server topology to a tree view format.

Enable-Monitoring (VMware)

Enables monitoring of separate vSphere clusters or hosts under a registered VMware server.

Disable-Monitoring (VMware)

Disables monitoring of separate vSphere clusters and hosts under a registered VMware server.

Hyper-V server

Name

Description

Get-HypervServer

Gets Hyper-V servers discovered by Veeam Management Pack.

Enable-Monitoring (Hyper-V)

Enables monitoring of Hyper-V servers discovered by Veeam Management Pack.

Disable-Monitoring (Hyper-V)

Disables monitoring of Hyper-V servers discovered by Veeam Management Pack.

Collector

Name

Description

Get-Collector

Gets Collectors registered in the Virtualization Extensions Service configuration.

Unregister-Collector

Unregisters a Collector from the Virtualization Extension Service.

Move-Collector

Moves the Collector from one monitoring group to another.

Invoke-RebuildTopology

Forces topology rebuild for one or more Collectors.

Invoke-LoadBalance

Forces monitoring load balancing across available Collectors.

Get-CollectorSettings

Gets Collector settings for the specified level of the Veeam Collectors hierarchy (monitoring group or Collector).

Get-GlobalCollectorSettings

Gets Collector settings for the root level of the Veeam Collectors hierarchy.

Get-CollectorJobs

Sets the value of the specified Extensions Service setting.

Move-CollectorJobs

Moves one or more monitoring jobs from one Collector to another.

Monitoring group

Name

Description

Get-MonitoringGroup

Gets existing monitoring groups for the Virtualization Extensions Service.

Add-MonitoringGroup

Add a new monitoring group to the Virtualization Extensions Service configuration.

Remove-MonitoringGroup

Removes the monitoring group from the Virtualization Extensions Service configuration.

Rename-MonitoringGroup

Changes the name of the specified monitoring group.

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