For those who know me at all… I really like PowerCLI
Like, Really Like PowerCLI
You can get support bundles using the GUI and using vCLI, but why not just do it with PowerCLI, since that is what you are using anyway 🙂
It is that easy. In this particular vCenter I only have two hosts, hence two support bundles created. You can also specify a host or hosts with Get-VMHost “Hostname1”, “Hostname2” if you don’t want to get support bundles for all your hosts.
PowerCLI is even nice enough to give you a Progress Bar for your efforts.
Hope This Helps!