Explains how to import and use the PowerMax module.
    The PowerShell module for Dell PowerMax arrays provides cmdlets for
    management of PowerMax arrays. Cmdlets in this module provide tools for
    provisioning of hosts, storage groups, volumes, snapshots, and remote
    replication (RDF).
    The module must be imported using the Import-Module command.
        # Simple option to import the module
        Import-Module Dell.PowerMax
        # Import the module using a prefix of PowerMax for each command
        Import-Module -Prefix PowerMax Dell.PowerMax
    The use of the prefix will allow for all cmdlets to be called via a
    prefixed form of the cmdlet, e.g. Get-PowerMaxHost can be used instead of
    Get-Host. This is useful for cases where there is a name conflict between
    the cmdlets in different modules. An alternative is to prefix the cmdlet
    with the module name, e.g. Dell.PowerMax\Get-Host.
    The PowerMax module communicates with one or more Unisphere servers via
    HTTPS using the Unisphere REST API. Most cmdlets require that a Unisphere
    object be used. Use the Connect-Unisphere cmdlet to connect to the target
    Unisphere server and save the output to a variable, e.g. $unisphere.
        $unisphere = Connect-Unisphere -HostName <address> <credential>
    The variable can now be used in subsequent cmdlets, e.g.
        Get-Volume $unisphere 000123456789
    Only TLS 1.2 protocol is supported. Certificates need to be imported to the
    Trusted Root Certification Authorities prior to running the Connect-Unisphere
    command. To disable certificate validation you can use the -IgnoreCertErrors
    option to Connect-Unisphere.
    You can also run "[Net.ServicePointManager]::ServerCertificateValidationCallback = { $true }"
    prior to executing the Connect-Unisphere cmdlet. Please note that this will disable
    certificate validation for all cmdlets in current PowerShell session including
    cmdlets from other modules.
    Supported Unisphere Versions
    This module requires Unisphere servers running Unisphere 10.0.0 or later.
    Storage Group Snapshot Support
    Storage group snapshot management requires PowerMax arrays with microcode
    version 5978.669.669 or higher. Refer to the PowerMax documentation or
    contact Dell Support for more information.
    Case Insensitivity
    This module communicates with the Unisphere server using the Unisphere
    REST API. This REST API is case insensitive and case preserving. The
    implication is that the case of the object ID is not checked when
    selecting the object to operate on. Unisphere does not allow two
    objects of the same class (e.g. volume, storage group) to have the
    same name differing by case.
    Volume ID
    PowerMax volume IDs are represented as hexadecimal strings, e.g. 001, 010D.
    PowerShell interprets a number ending in the letter D or d as an integer
    value. For example 010D will be interpreted as decimal value 10 instead of
    the hexadecimal 010D (integer 269).
    When specifying volume IDs, or any string containing numbers and
    ending with a D or d you must quote the string to prevent PowerShell from
    interpreting it as a decimal value, e.g. '010D' instead of 010D.