Import an OVF from your desktop to a vCloud Org Catalog

June 11, 2013

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It comes a time when you have downloaded a nice appliance in OVF and you want to upload it to your vCloud Director Org and you have encountered a problem while using the Web UI , this simple PowerCLI method will help you get your appliance from your desktop into your Org. Which to me is a little faster than the javauploader.

$ovfPath = “C:usersmedesktopMyCoolAppliance.ovf”

$orgVdc = Get-OrgVdc “My Org vDC”

$catalog = Get-Catalog “My Catalog”

Import-CIVAppTemplate -SourcePath $ovfPath -OrgVdc $orgVdc -Catalog $catalog

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