Create the virtual machine with the type of controller SCSI LSI logic SAS with PowerCLi

Hey guys,.

IM the difficulty to create a virtual machine with the type of controller SCSI to "LSI Logic SAS". The cmdlet New - VM im struggling to find where to create the type of controller?

If you create a virtual machine without specifying a disk it will create a 4 GB SCSI type thick (0:0) hard drive 1 with 0 Parrall default BusLogic SCSI controller.

What im wanting to do is to create a disk hard which is thin Prov. and create SCSI LSI logic SAS controller is set to.

New-VM -name VMSTORE23 -$vmhost $esxhost MemoryMB- 4096 NumCpu- 2 -NetworkName "Vlan 6 Machine Virtual Network" | Get-NetworkAdapter | Set-NetworkAdapter -Type Vmxnet3 -MacAddress '00:50:56:00:00:21' -confirm:$false

I have recived of aid by some LucD who helped direct the value of the network card in the New - VM cmdlet as follows. But I'm not able to add a hose for hard disk also like:

| Get-hard drive | Together-hard drive - Datastore $datastore - slim StorageFormat

And I have no idea how change the type of SCSI conroller or create it with the correct configuration?

Any help would be great,

Thanks in advance

Eddie

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Greetings, steddyeddie-

You should be able to use Set - hard drive and SCSI controller Set cmdlets to set the storage format of your hard drive and the SCSI controller type, respectively.  You were close to on the part of game - hard drive .  Try something like:

## get the VM object $vmVMSTORE23 = Get-VM VMSTORE23 ## set the harddisk storageformat to thin$vmVMSTORE23 | Get-HardDisk | Set-HardDisk -StorageFormat Thin ## set the SCSI controller type$vmVMSTORE23 | Get-ScsiController | Set-ScsiController -Type VirtualLsiLogicSAS

It could pack in to your existing order to keep it as a good word, but for readability.

Enjoy

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