Many people have asked me where they can get copies of the PowerShell documentation scripts. To make it easier to find, I have linked to all of them in this one article.
August 4, 2011
Tweet Hello, faithful readers. After writing for dabcc.com for 2.5 years, I have returned to my roots at CarlWebster.com, home of the Accidental Citrix Admin. I truly enjoyed writing for DABCC. It was a blast. But a new party has begun at CarlWebster.com (and Joe Shonk is paying for the drinks <grin>). So stay tuned [...]
May 16, 2013
BriForum 2013 London Presentation (More things in AD that can hurt your Application and Desktop Virtualization efforts and how to fix them)
Tweet Greetings, If you came to my presentation at BriForum 2013 in London, thanks for being there. I would like to thank the following people for their help in putting together the information. Michael B. Smith, Exchange MVP, http://TheEssentialExchange.com Brian Desmond, Directory Services MVP, http://BrianDesmond.com Andrew S. Baker, Directory Services Expert, http://about.me/Andrew.S.Baker Jo Harder, former [...]
May 10, 2013
Tweet Here is the video from my “10 Things in AD” session at Briforum Chicago 2012. http://tinyurl.com/Briforum10ThingsInAD This is a public link so feel free to share. Hope to see you at Briforum 2013 London and Chicago. I will be there and I am doing two sessions in London and one in Chicago. Thanks Webster
May 4, 2013
Tweet Citrix updated CTX129229, Recommended Hotfixes for XenApp 6.0 and later on Windows Server 2008 R2 on 29-APR-2013 so the V3 script has been updated to reflect those changes.
May 4, 2013
Tweet Citrix updated CTX129229, Recommended Hotfixes for XenApp 6.0 and later on Windows Server 2008 R2 on 29-APR-2013 so the V3.1 script has been updated to reflect those changes.
April 23, 2013
Tweet While working on my presentation for the Briforum London, Synergy and the E2EVC conferences, I found a line in the Servers section that didn’t belong in the XenApp 6 script. While I removed that line, I also added two more write-verbose statements and I went ahead an implemented the fix for how I save [...]
April 22, 2013
Tweet While at a customer site recently that had a fairly large PVS 6.1 implementation, I was dissatisfied with the Table of Contents for the Word document. I thought some of the Section Headings needed to be changed so the Table of Contents “looked” better. I also thought there should be more detail, especially for [...]
April 22, 2013
Tweet While working on my presentation for the Briforum London, Synergy and E2EVC conferences, I found five typos that deal with Session Printer policy settings in the XenApp 5 V2 script. While I fixed those typos I went ahead and implemented the fix for how I save the Word document and an incompatibility with Set-StrictMode [...]
April 22, 2013
Tweet While working on my presentation for the Briforum London, Synergy and the E2EVC conferences, I found a couple of typos in the XenApp 6.5 V3.1 script. While I fixed those typos I went ahead an implemented the fix for how I save the Word document and an incompatibility with Set-StrictMode -Version 2.
April 16, 2013
Tweet Recently, I came across another Curious Case. Let’s start with some basic facts, shall we? It’s a small, dedicated XenApp 6.5 farm, consisting of just 2 servers serving Published Desktops to around 50 concurrent users. They did qualifiy as Power Users for sure, with some of them having iexplore.exe’s running at 1 GB RAM. [...]
March 16, 2013
Tweet I found a Copy and Paste error in the PVS documentation script. This was brought over from the XenApp 6.5 script. The Subject line for the Cover Page (which you only see depending on which Cover Page is selected) was hard-coded to state “Provisioning Services 6.5 Farm Inventory”. Instead of using the actual PVS [...]
March 15, 2013
Tweet I needed to figure out how to run my latest PVS documentation script without having Microsoft Word installed on the PVS server. This turned out to be much simpler than I thought it would be. There are only a four steps involved. From the computer to run the script, start a PowerShell session as Administrator Add-PSSnapin [...]