Often I have to get a complete list of all the objects in a vSphere environment. From the PowerCLI cmdlets, the Get-Inventory cmdlets looks like the obvious candidate to tackle such a request. But the cmdlet seems to have some shortcomings. It definitely does not return all vSphere objects.
Hence I set out to write this Get-InventoryPlus function.
The function was demonstrated for the first time during the 24th VMUGBe in Mechelen.