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With the lack of WMI (obviously), our automated file management tool needs to know how much space there is on a given AFS namespace and share before directing files to it.. so trying to get that out also - and to use it to update the management tool DB that holds SMB shares and their free space (which is usually updated via WMI) ;)
( And yes.. before you ask.. below is a screenie of the current email content, all created via and emailed by powershell (including the graph))
One-click upgrades work great!!! Just click and wait.
Additional nodes ordered waiting for delivery before expanding. and then testing files 3.5