If you want to save time, you will need to automatize. A lot of automation tools available provided by the VMware, such as the vCLI and vMA, but if you came from the Microsoft side, your choice will be the PowerCLI, because it provides a Windows PowerShell interface.
You can download the PowerCLI from the VMware Community website, you should login with your My VMware credentials.
The installation is a simple Next-Next-Finish procedure.
During the installation you should change the installation path.
After the installation run the PowerCLI. A short welcome text appears.
Now you have 301 VMware related commands available.
If your script ready to use, you should use the Task Scheduler to create a task for run the PowerCLI script on time.
Have a fun!