SyntaxNew-VICredentialStoreItem [-Host] <String> [-User] <String> [[-Password] <String>] [[-File] <String>] [<CommonParameters>]
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Detailed DescriptionThis cmdlet creates a new entry in the credential store. If there is an existing entry for the specified host and user, it is overwritten. If the credential store file does not exist, it is created (along with its directory if needed). If no file is specified, the item is created in the default credential store file %APPDATA%\VMware\credstore\vicredentials.xml. Credential store items for vCloud Director servers must contain user name and organization in the following format: user_name:organization_name, where both names are lower-cased.
|Name||Type||Description||Required?||Pipeline Input||Default Value|
|Host||String||Specifies the host for which you want to create the new credentials item.||true||False|
|User||String||Specifies a user name.||true||False|
|Password||String||Specifies a password.||false||False|
|File||String||Specifies a file path where you want to store the new credentials.||false||False|
Return TypeThe newly created VICredentialStoreItem object
NotesThis cmdlet is not supported on the Core edition of PowerShell.
-------------------------- Example 1 --------------------------
New-VICredentialStoreItem -Host 192.168.1.10 -User Admin -Password pass
Adds a new item in the default credential store file.