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PVS V2 Documentation Script Has Been Updated 17-JUN-2013

June 17, 2013

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A reader, Corey Tracey, emailed me and asked me if there was way to run the PVS V2 script from one computer against multiple untrusted domains that each contain a PVS Farm.  Turns out there was a way but it was not an easy task.

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XenApp 6.5 V3.1 Documentation Script Has Been Updated 10-JUN-2013

June 10, 2013

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Table of Contents

In my presentations at Briforum London, Synergy  Anaheim and E2EVC Copenhagen, I talked about some changes I planned for the XenApp scripts.  This update reflects those changes.

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XenApp 6 V3 Documentation Script Has Been Updated 10-JUN-2013

June 10, 2013

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Table of Contents

In my presentations at Briforum London, Synergy  Anaheim and E2EVC Copenhagen, I talked about some changes I planned for the XenApp scripts.  This update reflects those changes.

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XenApp 5 V2 Documentation Script Has Been Updated 10-JUN-2013

June 10, 2013

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Table of Contents

In my presentations at Briforum London, Synergy  Anaheim and E2EVC Copenhagen, I talked about some changes I planned for the XenApp scripts.  This update reflects those changes.

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PVS V2 Documentation Script Has Been Updated 07-JUN-2013

June 7, 2013

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vDiskLoadBalancing

A reader, Corey Tracey, emailed me and told me I missed the vDisk Load Balancing menu item for PVS 6.x.  OOPS!  That is now fixed.

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XenApp 6 V3 Script Has Been Updated 23-APR-2013

April 23, 2013

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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 the […]

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PVS V2 Documentation Script Has Been Updated 22-APR-2013

April 22, 2013

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Table of Contents After Script Update

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 the […]

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XenApp 6.5 V3.1 Script Has Been Updated 22-APR-2013

April 22, 2013

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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.   

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Using My Citrix PVS PowerShell Documentation Script with Remoting

March 15, 2013

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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 four steps involved. From the computer to run the script, start a PowerShell session as Administrator Add-PSSnapin McliPSSnapin Mcli-Run […]

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The XenApp 6 V3 and XenApp 6.5 V3.1 Documentation Scripts Have Been Updated 15-MAR-2013

March 15, 2013

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Citrix updated CTX129229 on 04-MAR-2013.  The XenApp 6 V3 and XenApp 6.5 V3.1 scripts have been updated to reflect the new recommended hotfixes. One of the updates for the next version of these scripts is to have the list of both Citrix and Microsoft recommended hotfixes maintained by an external list.  That way, the scripts do not […]

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All Documentation Scripts That Create Microsoft Word Documents Have Been Updated 14-MAR-2013

March 14, 2013

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Two people reported an issue with running the new scripts.  My friend Michael B. Smith helped me find and fix the error.  The PVS, XenApp 5, XenApp 6 and XenApp 6.5 scripts have all been updated.  The XenDesktop 5 script currently in development has the fix. This code snippet is the problem: {?_.SessionId -eq $SessionID} should […]

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