Basic Tintri Storage Tasks with Powershell


Download Tintri powershell tools here:

Launch the Tintri Powershell Module

Next we will connect to the Tintri Server

Using the following command : Connect-TintriServer TintriServer (zactst01)

Next you will be prompted to provide “Super Admin” Credentials for the Tintri Storage Device

Next screen will show that we made a successful connection to the device

Next we will verify the shares we created on the Tintri device.

Command: get-TintriSmbShare

Next we will verify the permissions on the Storage Share

Command: Get-TintriSmbShareAccess  -Name sharename

To Get a list of all Tintri Commands run the following

Command: Get-TintriCommand

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