I'm trying to figure out if it is possible to retrieve the current ESXi host that a VDI client is sitting on from the Windows command line/powershell/some other tool. I have a situation with multiple ESXi hosts, and VDI clients are spun up/down randomly throughout the day. They could potentially be on any of the hosts at any given time, but I have some scripted operations that need to run based on the specific host that it is currently running on. Any way to pull the name/IP of the host locally from the VDI client?
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