• Citrix Application Delivery Controller Documentation Script Version 4.50

    June 6, 2019

    NetScaler, PowerShell

    #Version 4.5 6-June-2019

    • FIX: Issue connecting to Citrix ADC when using untrusted certificate on the management interface.
    • NEW: Pass PSCredential object to -Credential parameter to authenticate to Citrix ADC silently
    • NEW: -NSUserName and -NSPassword paramters allow authentication to Citrix ADC silently
    • FIX: Fixed issue where some users were prompted for missing parameter when running the script
    • FIX: Modes table had incorrect header values
    • FIX: Output issues for Certificates, ADC Servers, SAML Authentication, Location Database, Network Profiles, NSGW Session Profiles
    • FIX: NSGW Session Profiles using wrong value for SSO Domain
    • FIX: Formatting issue for HTTP Callouts

    .EXAMPLE

    PS C:\PSScript > .\Citrix_ADC_Script_V4_5_Signed.ps1 -NSIP 172.16.20.10 -Credential $MyCredentials
    

    Will execute the script silently connecting to an ADC appliance on 172.16.20.10 using credentials stored in the PSCredential Object $Mycredentials

    .EXAMPLE

    PS C:\PSScript > .\Citrix_ADC_Script_V4_5_Signed.ps1 -NSIP 172.16.20.10 -NSUserName nsroot -NSPassword nsroot
    

    Will execute the script silently connecting to an ADC appliance on 172.16.20.10 using credentials nsroot/nsroot

    If you have any feature requests, suggestions for enhancements or bugs to report, please feel free to contact me on twitter (@andymc84) or email (amccullough84@gmail.com)

    Thanks

    Andy

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

    Thanks

    Webster and Andy

    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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