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I'm trying to find where I can get connection information within the PS cmdlets for NetApp. In particular I am trying to show the active network connections, similar to the "net conn active show -vserver SVM -lif-name LIF".
Anyone have any clues?
Thanks in advance
Will ontap powershell cmdlet that allows you to run native commands on the storage work for you?
If yes, did you try C:\PS>Invoke-NcSsh network connections active show -node *?
Here’s a video that explains how to use the Volume Recovery Queue
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