Verify that your Distributed Switch Trunk and Port Groups Are Configured The Same.

This code will pull the list of vlans on your vDS trunk, pull the vlans of each port group on the vDS, then compare the two to find any misconfigurations.
This can help identify if any vDS Trunk is missing vlans (for vDS healthcheck to work right.)
OR
Help find vDS objects that have a vlan configured on the trunk but no port group to use it.
— Ultimately.. this is a Health Check for the vDS Health Check.

$report = @()
$vds = get-vdswitch

foreach($a in $vds){
$pgs = $a | get-vdportgroup
$uplinkvlans = @()
$uplinkvlantypecheck = $pgs| ?{$_.name -like “*Uplinks*”} | %{$_.VlanConfiguration.vlantype}
if($uplinkvlantypecheck -eq “Trunk”){
$uplinkvlanrange = $pgs| ?{$_.name -like “*Uplinks*”} | %{$_.VlanConfiguration.ranges}
foreach($b in $uplinkvlanrange){
if($b.StartVlanId -eq “0” -and $b.EndVlanId -eq “4094”){$report += $a.name + ” Trunk is configured with ALL VLANs — 0-4094″ }else{
$start = $b.StartVlanId
$end = $b.EndVlanId
$uplinkvlans += $start..$end
} #end Else
} #end foreach vlan on trunk
} #end if trunk
else{$uplinkvlans = $pgs| ?{$_.name -like “*Uplinks*”} | %{$_.VlanConfiguration.vlanid}
} #end else

#end uplink vlan collection

$vmPGs = $pgs | ?{$_.name -notlike “*Uplinks*”}
$pgvlans = @()
foreach($apg in $vmPGs){
if(($apg.VlanConfiguration.vlantype) -eq “Trunk”){
$pgvlanrange = $apg | %{$_.VlanConfiguration.ranges}
foreach($b in $pgvlanrange){
$start = $b.StartVlanId
$end = $b.EndVlanId
$pgvlans += $start..$end
} #end foreach vlan in PG
} #end if trunk
else{$pgvlans += $apg| %{$_.VlanConfiguration.vlanid}
} #end else
} #end port group vlan collection

$pgvlans = $pgvlans | select -unique
$checkit = Compare-Object $uplinkvlans $pgvlans
if($checkit.inputobject.count -gt 0){
foreach($aa in $checkit){
if($aa.sideindicator -eq “<="){$texta = "PortGroup"} if($aa.sideindicator -eq "=>“){$texta = “Trunk”}
$report += $a.name + ” ” +$texta+” is missing vlan “+ $aa.inputobject
}
}
}
$report