PowerCLI Get-vCenter Function

Since I work in a multiple vCenter environment, it is nice to have a function that allows for a connection choice when running a PowerCLI script.  The Get-vCenter function has an array of all the vCenters I potentially might connect with to run a PowerCLI script.  This array is presented in a numbered format that allows the script user to choose the vCenter they want to use for the rest of the script. You can make the array as large or small as you want.  It will dynamically create a numbered choice next to each vCenter.  It is simple but comes in very handy.

Caution: Like all code you download from the internet, please understand and modify the code accordingly to prevent unforeseen production problems.  Also known as career-altering events. 

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PowerShell SSL Certificate Script

Do you have to generate more than a few ssl certificates as part of your day-to-day job? Would you like to script it? I have a script for you.  This PowerShell script has proven itself very indispensable when we had to replace all of our sha1 certificates. (Thanks Google!)  I hope you find this script useful and if you do, please leave feedback.  

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Note: You can always modify the script to accept a list of fully qualified domain names if you need to produce a large quantity of certificates.