One of the most interesting cmdlets in PowerCLI is the
Invoke-VMScript cmdlet. It allows you to execute scripts and commands inside the guest operating system if it is running VMware Tools. There are a lot of exceptions and requirements that need to be met in order for this cmdlet to work. First, forget about commands that require elevated privileges in Windows. If it prompts you with UAC, then it will most likely not work.
There are some prerequisites needed for
Invoke-VMScript to work. First, you need to be running a 32-bit PowerCLI window, the VM guest must be running, and it needs to be running VMware Tools. You should be able to connect to port 902 on the ESXi host from ...