Creates a new device group.
Creates a new device group. Device groups exist for cameras, microphones, speakers, inputs, outputs, and metadata.
- Requires VMS connection and will attempt to connect automatically
Creates a three-level deep camera group hierarchy, and then demonstrates how to retrieve that camera group using the Path parameter.
Creates a three-level deep camera group hierarchy, and then demonstrates how to retrieve that camera group by piping the parent group so that the "Name" parameter will be used to find the group with the matching name within the parent group's device group folder.
Since no parent group was provided to the first call to Get-VmsDeviceGroup, the lookup began at (Get-VmsManagementServer).CameraGroupFolder.CameraGroups.
Creates a three-level deep microphone group hierarchy, and then demonstrates how to retrieve that microphone group using the Path parameter. Note that the default device group type is "Camera" so when working with other device types you will need to specify the device group type.
Creates a three-level deep camera group hierarchy by creating the first level, then
piping it to
New-VmsDeviceGroup to create a child group, and piping that child
New-VmsDeviceGroup again to create the "Level 3" camera group which
has the root-level camera group "Level 1" as a grand-parent.
Specifies an optional description for the device group.
Specifies a name for the new device group.
Specifies the parent device group as is returned from Get-VmsDeviceGroup.
- Allowed item types: CameraGroup, MicrophoneGroup, SpeakerGroup, MetadataGroup, InputEventGroup, OutputGroup
Specifies a full unix-style path to the desired device group. See the examples for reference.
Specifies the type of device group to return. The default is "Camera".
This cmdlet supports the common parameters: -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -InformationAction, -InformationVariable, -OutVariable, -OutBuffer, -PipelineVariable, -Verbose, -WarningAction, and -WarningVariable. For more information, see about_CommonParameters.