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VMware Workstation delivers excellent performance and advanced features such as memory optimization and the ability to manage multi-tier configurations and multiple snapshots. With millions of customers and dozens of major product awards over the last six years, VMware Workstation is a proven technology that improves productivity and flexibility. The serial number for VMware is available. This release was created for you, eager to use VMware Workstation 7 full and without limitations. Our intentions are not to harm VMware software company but to give the possibility to those who can not pay for any piece of software out there.

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Run this script in your vCenter server and you will get the similar output as below. I have highlighted the serial numbers of the blades and servers in RED. In UCS you have the Chassis serial number and the blade serial number (right side) in the output. Create a script after copying the below code and save as a.ps1 file. Workstation License Keys that have been registered will be listed in your My VMware account. See Knowledge Base article: Viewing license keys in My VMware (2006831) for additional details. For additional information, see the associated VMware Knowledge Base article Locating the VMware Workstation serial number (1000069).

Here is a useful PowerCLI script to collect Service Tags and Serial Numbers of the servers/blades. If you are maintaining an Inventory or gathering some information about the current hardware in your Datacenter this might be very useful to gather these information.

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Run this script in your vCenter server and you will get the similar output as below. I have highlighted the serial numbers of the blades and servers in RED. In UCS you have the Chassis serial number and the blade serial number (right side) in the output.

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Create a script after copying the below code and save as a .ps1 file. Execute the script and you get the service tags of your servers. You may need to add your vCenter server IP or FQDN, username and password to this script. Also if you wish to export this to a .csv file add the Exprt-csv pipeline to export to a csv file.