PowerCLI – ESXi host versions and build numbers

I’m currently in the process of upgrading a number of hosts in an environment. I needed to see the status of the host upgrading and patching process. Below is an easy way to get a list of ESXi host versions and build numbers via Powershell/PowerCLI.


Get-View -ViewType HostSystem -Property Name,Config.Product | Format-Table Name, @{L='Host Version & Build Version';E={$_.Config.Product.FullName}}

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5 Comments

  1. Mohamed Aboelazm said:

    Thank you , It helped me.

    11th May 2018
    Reply
  2. Frank S. said:

    Thank you, it helped me as well.

    11th June 2018
    Reply
  3. MV said:

    thanks. But, I’m looking for a list of hosts only, not for the entire vCenter hosts information. Basically my requirement is, take the ESX hosts information from a input file. TIA

    24th April 2019
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    • Christian Parker said:

      You can create a script that uses something like:

      $HostList = Get-Content C:\temp\inputFile.txt

      ..and then create a foreach loop to go through file to output hosts you want.

      24th April 2019
      Reply

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