Citrix NetScaler Documentation Script Version 4.0

September 5, 2017

NetScaler, PowerShell

Barry Schiffer and Iain Brighton are pleased to release Version 4.0 of the NetScaler documentation script.

Citrix NetScaler documentation script version 4.0

#Version 4.0 31-Aug-2017

The script is now fully compatible with NetScaler 12.0 released in July 2017

  • Fixed NetScaler SSL connections
  • Added SAML Authentication policies
  • Updated GSLB Parameters to include late 11.1 build enhancements
  • Added Support for NetScaler Clustering
  • Added AppExpert
    • Pattern Sets
    • HTTP Callouts
    • Data Sets
  • Numerous bug fixes

Because Barry’s Version 4.0 of the script uses the Nitro API, Barry asked me to only release a Signed version of the script. Please only use the script when the signed script is validated just so you know the script has not been altered.

As the documentation script only reads the information there is no risk in using the script. However, we advise using a read only account for the script, according to security best practices its common sense to use least privileges for service accounts.

You can always find the most current script by going to http://carlwebster.com/where-to-get-copies-of-the-documentation-scripts/

Thanks

Webster, Barry, and Iain

About Carl Webster

Webster is a Sr. Solutions Architect for Choice Solutions, LLC and specializes in Citrix, Active Directory and Technical Documentation. Webster has been working with Citrix products for many years starting with Multi-User OS/2 in 1990.

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2 Responses to “Citrix NetScaler Documentation Script Version 4.0”

  1. Ronald Says:

    Great script! Had to change one line in the script to get the output working; (the proces would otherwise hang).

    $Script:Word.Visible = $True

    Works perfectly now!

    Reply

    • Carl Webster Says:

      Doing so will slow the script down by an extreme amount of time. I have never heard of anyone needing to do this to any of the documentation scripts in almost 400,000 downloads.

      Webster

      Reply

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