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  • PVS Health Check Script V2

    March 14, 2022

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    Use the V1 script if you need support for PVS 5.x,. Creates a basic health check of a Citrix PVS 6.x or later farm in plain text, HTML, Word, or PDF. This script was tested with PVS 6.1 running on Win

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  • PVS Health Check Script V1

    February 2, 2016

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    Supports PVS versions 5.x and later Supports Remoting Supports PowerShell versions 2.0 through 5.x V2 supports Word/PDF and HTML output, drops support for PVS 5.x, and requires PowerShell V3 or later

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  • Provisioning Services (PVS) New

    December 28, 2015

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    New Provisioning Services (PVS) Documentation Script Supports PVS versions 7.7 and later Note: If you install the PVS 7.7, or later, console on a PVS 7.0, 7.1, 7.6 or 7.6 LTSR server, you will get the

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  • Provisioning Services (PVS) Old

    April 10, 2012

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    Old String-Based Provisioning Services (PVS) Documentation Script Creates a complete inventory of a Citrix PVS 5.x, 6.x, or later farm using Microsoft Word and PowerShell. Creates a Word document name

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