Using the vSphere API to remotely collect ESXi esxcfg-info — virtuallyGhetto
Using the same technique as I have described here, you can now also use the vSphere API to connect to vCenter Server to remotely collect esxcfg-info from ESXi hosts without having to SSH’ing to each and every single host. Historically, the esxcfg-* commands were only available in the classic ESX Service Console (COS) and the ESXi Shell. As part of the ESXi transition, VMware has converted all the commands over to the vSphere API which means that you no longer needed to run those local CLIs commands to manage or configure your ESXi hosts like you used to with classic ESX.
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