vSphere PowerCLI Reference

Set-OSCustomizationSpec

Synopsis

Changes the specified OS customization specification.

Syntax

Set-OSCustomizationSpec [-OSCustomizationSpec] <OSCustomizationSpec[]> [-NewSpec <OSCustomizationSpec>] [-Type <OSCustomizationSpecType>] [-Server <VIServer[]>] [-Name <String>] [-DnsServer <String[]>] [-DnsSuffix <String[]>] [-Domain <String>] [-NamingScheme <String>] [-NamingPrefix <String>] [-Description <String>] [-WhatIf] [-Confirm] [<CommonParameters>]
Set-OSCustomizationSpec [-FullName <String>] [-OrgName <String>] [-ChangeSID [<Boolean>]] [-DeleteAccounts [<Boolean>]] [-OSCustomizationSpec] <OSCustomizationSpec[]> [-NewSpec <OSCustomizationSpec>] [-Type <OSCustomizationSpecType>] [-Server <VIServer[]>] [-Name <String>] [-DnsServer <String[]>] [-DnsSuffix <String[]>] [-GuiRunOnce <String[]>] [-AdminPassword <String>] [-TimeZone <String>] [-AutoLogonCount <Int32>] [-Domain <String>] [-Workgroup <String>] [-DomainCredentials <PSCredential>] [-DomainUsername <String>] [-DomainPassword <String>] [-ProductKey <String>] [-NamingScheme <String>] [-NamingPrefix <String>] [-Description <String>] [-LicenseMode <LicenseMode>] [-LicenseMaxConnections <Int32>] [-WhatIf] [-Confirm] [<CommonParameters>]

Related Commands

Online version
New-OSCustomizationSpec

Detailed Description

Changes the specified OS customization specification. The specification to be updated is identified by one or both of the Name and Spec parameters. If a Windows specification is to be updated, one of the Domain and Workgroup parameters must be provided. If a Linux specification is to be updated, the Domain parameter must be provided. This cmdlet runs only on x32 process.

Parameters

NameTypeDescriptionRequired?Pipeline InputDefault Value
OSCustomizationSpecOSCustomizationSpec[]Specify the specification you want to modify.truetrue (ByValue)
AdminPasswordStringSpecify the new OS administrator's password. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalse
AutoLogonCountInt32Specify the number of times the virtual machine should automatically login as an administrator. The valid values are in the range between 0 and Int32.MaxValue. Specifying 0 disables auto log-on. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalse0
ChangeSIDBooleanIndicate that the customization should modify the system security identifier (SID). This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalse
ConfirmSwitchParameterIf the value is $true, indicates that the cmdlet asks for confirmation before running. If the value is $false, the cmdlet runs without asking for user confirmation.falsefalse$true
DeleteAccountsBooleanIndicate that you want to delete all user accounts. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalse
DescriptionStringProvide a new description for the specification.falsefalseempty string
DnsServerString[]Specify the DNS server. This parameter applies only to Linux operating systems.falsefalse
DnsSuffixString[]Specify the DNS suffix. This parameter applies only to Linux operating systems.falsefalse
DomainStringSpecify the domain name.falsefalseempty string
DomainCredentialsPSCredentialSpecify credentials for authentication with the specified domain. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalse
DomainPasswordStringSpecify a password for authentication with the specified domain. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalse
DomainUsernameStringSpecify a username for authentication with the specified domain. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalse
FullNameStringSpecify the administrator's full name. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalse
GuiRunOnceString[]Provide a list of commands to run after first user login. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalse
LicenseMaxConnectionsInt32Specify the maximum connections for server license mode. Use this parameter only if the LicenseMode parameter is set to Perserver. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalse$null
LicenseModeLicenseModeSpecify the license mode of the Windows 2000/2003 guest operating system. The valid values are Perseat, Perserver, and Notspecified. If Perserver is set, use the LicenseMaxConnection parameter to define the maximum number of connections. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalseNotSpecified
NameStringSpecify a new name for the OS customization specification.falsefalse
NamingPrefixStringDepends on the customization scheme. If a Custom customization scheme is specified, NamingPrefix is an optional argument that is passed to the utility for this IP address. The value of this field is defined by the user in the script. If a Fixed customization scheme is specified, NamingPrefix should indicate the name of the virtual machine. If a Prefix customization scheme is set, NamingPrefix indicates the prefix to which a unique number is appended.falsefalseempty string
NamingSchemeStringSpecify the naming scheme for the virtual machine. The valid values are Custom, Fixed, Prefix, and Vm.falsefalseVm
NewSpecOSCustomizationSpecIf no other parameters are given, this parameter specifies a specification from which to retrieve information for the updated specification.falsefalse
OrgNameStringSpecify the name of the organization to which the administrator belongs.falsefalse
ProductKeyStringSpecify the MS product key. If the guest OS version is earlier than Vista, this parameter is required in order to make the customization unattended. For Vista or later, the OS customization is unattended no matter if the ProductKey parameter is set.falsefalseempty string
ServerVIServer[]Specify the vSphere servers on which you want to run the cmdlet. If no value is given to this parameter, the command runs on the default servers. For more information about default servers, see the description of Connect-VIServer.falsefalse
TimeZoneStringSpecify the name or ID of the time zone for a Windows guest OS only. Using wildcards is supported. The following time zones are available:


000 Int'l Dateline
001 Samoa
002 Hawaii
003 Alaskan
004 Pacific
010 Mountain (U.S. and Canada)
015 U.S. Mountain: Arizona
020 Central (U.S. and Canada)
025 Canada Central
030 Mexico
033 Central America
035 Eastern (U.S. and Canada)
040 U.S. Eastern: Indiana (East)
045 S.A. Pacific
050 Atlantic (Canada)
055 S.A. Western
056 Pacific S.A.
060 Newfoundland
065 E. South America
070 S.A. Eastern
073 Greenland
075 Mid-Atlantic
080 Azores
083 Cape Verde Islands
085 GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)
090 GMT Greenwich
095 Central Europe
100 Central European
105 Romance
110 W. Europe
113 W. Central Africa
115 E. Europe
120 Egypt
125 EET (Helsinki, Riga, Tallinn)
130 EET (Athens, Istanbul, Minsk)
135 Israel: Jerusalem
140 S. Africa: Harare, Pretoria
145 Russian
150 Arab
155 E. Africa
160 Iran
165 Arabian
170 Caucasus Pacific (U.S. and Canada)
175 Afghanistan
180 Russia Yekaterinburg
185 W. Asia
190 India
193 Nepal
195 Central Asia
200 Sri Lanka
201 N. Central Asia
203 Myanmar: Rangoon
205 S.E. Asia
207 N. Asia
210 China
215 Singapore
220 Taipei
225 W. Australia
227 N. Asia East
230 Korea: Seoul
235 Tokyo
240 Sakha Yakutsk
245 A.U.S. Central: Darwin
250 Central Australia
255 A.U.S. Eastern
260 E. Australia
265 Tasmania
270 Vladivostok
275 W. Pacific
280 Central Pacific
285 Fiji
290 New Zealand
300 Tonga
falsefalse
TypeOSCustomizationSpecTypeSet the type of the OS customization specification. The valid values are Persistent and NonPersistent.falsefalse
WhatIfSwitchParameterIndicate that the cmdlet is run only to display the changes that would be made and actually no objects are modified.falsefalse
WorkgroupStringSpecify the workgroup. This parameter applies only to Windows operating systems.falsefalseempty string

Return Type

OSCustomizationSpec

Notes

When the ProductKey parameter is not specified, the OS customization is una ttended only if the Windows guest operating system version is Vista or late r. This cmdlet is supported only in 32-bit PowerCLI mode.

Examples

-------------- Example 1 --------------

Set-OSCustomizationSpec Spec -Description 'This is a test OS customization specification.'

Updates the description of the Spec OS customization specification.


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