Disconnect-OMServer Command | Vmware PowerCLI Reference


This cmdlet closes the connection to one or more VMware Aria Operations servers.When no servers and no user name are specified, and if there is only one connected server in $DefaultOMServers variable, this server is disconnected. If there is no connected server, the cmdlet throws a terminating error.This functionality is using the reference counting mechanism. For more information about the mechanism, see Connect-OMServer.When there are no more active connections to the server it gets disconnected and then it is removed from the $DefaultOMServers variable. For more information about this variable, see Connect-OMServer.If -Force is specified, the server is disconnected even if there is more than one connection to it.


[-Force ]
[-Server < OMServer[] > ]


Required Parameter Name Type Position Features Description
optional Force SwitchParameter named
Specifies that you want to remove all existing connections to the specified servers.
optional Server OMServer[] named
  • pipeline
  • wildcards
Specifies the VMware Aria Operations servers you want to disconnect from.



Example 1

$server = Connect-OMServer -Server 'server_name' -User 'user@domain' -Password 'user_password'
Disconnect-OMServer -Server serverIP -Force

Disconnects the specified VMware Aria Operations server and closes all existing connections to it.

Example 2

Connect-OMServer -Server 'server_name' -User 'user@domain' -Password 'user_password'
Connect-OMServer -Server 'server2_name' -User 'user@domain' -Password 'user_password'
Disconnect-OMServer * -Confirm:$false

Disconnects all connected VMware Aria Operations servers without asking for confirmation.

Related Commands


This cmdlet establishes a connection to the specified VMware Aria Operations server.

This cmdlet closes the connection to one or more VMware Aria Operations servers.