PowervRNI 1.8 Release Notes

PowervRNI 1.8 is now available on the PowerShellGallery! This is a minor release; a few fixes, and 2 additions. Here are the full release notes:

  • Fix adding timestamp to flows
  • Fix adding ServiceNow datasources
  • Fix cosmetic warning when using Get-vRNIDataSource without parameters.
  • Add Dell OS10 switches as a Data Source type
  • Add Get-vRNIEntityNames to get entity info on multiple entity ids at once.

A few more details:

Dell OS10 Support

You can now use dellos10switch as a value for the DataSourceType parameter, in order to add these types of switches as a data source with New-vRNIDataSource, or retrieving information with Get-vRNIDataSource.


This new function provides the ability to resolve multiple internal entity IDs, to their names. This can be useful when working with large sets of inventory data, like VMs, hosts, switches, and even flows. 

PS > Get-vRNIEntityNames -EntityIDs ("11175:1:7330312615408343625", "11175:1:9098761923363594726") -EntityType VirtualMachine | Select entity

@{entity_id=11175:1:7330312615408343625; name=sc2li-master; entity_type=VirtualMachin…
@{entity_id=11175:1:9098761923363594726; name=tag-01; entity_type=VirtualMachine; ip_…

Updating to 1.8

Since this is a PowerShellGallery release, updating is as easy as pie! Just execute this:

PS > Update-Module PowervRNI

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1 Comment

  1. Environment: VMware vRealize Network Insight
    Is there a way to disable or pause the “[vRNI Event] Critical NSX System Event” notification during physical server maintenance from a particular host, using PowervRNI, to avoid unnecessary alerts/events?

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