Ok, so I heard that you're tired of going to every virtual machines in your VMWare vCenter and checking for snapshots that need to be removed. VMWare has provided a solution that can ease your pain, It's PowerCLI.
In short, PowerCLI is a Windows PowerShell interface for managing VMware vSphere. It comes with a lot of useful cmdlets that will help you manipulate your VMWare infrastructure smoothly and painlessly (sort of) including automating tasks.
Here is how I can generate a snapshots report of all the virtual machines in my VMWare 6 environment:
1. In a Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 (or Windows 7 and above), install these dependencies: vSphere client v6 for windows: download here.Microsoft Management Framework 3.0: download here (for Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, I will download Windows6.1-KB2506143-x64.msu package)2. Download and install PowerCLI:
Download the latest PowerCLI here.
It's PowerCLI 6 R3 at the time I write this article.
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