• Citrix Provisioning Services 7.x Documentation Script Update Version 5.22

    January 19, 2021

    PowerShell, PVS

    Version 5.22 19-Jan-2021

    Note: The 5.xx PVS scripts still support the insecure use of plaintext passwords. The 6.xx scripts remove the use of plaintext passwords.

    • Added new function OutputNotice
      • Change some Warnings to Notices using OutputNotice
    • Added to the Computer Hardware section, the server’s Power Plan
    • Changed all Write-Verbose statements from Get-Date to Get-Date -Format G as requested by Guy Leech
    • Changed some Write-Error to Write-Warning and changed some Write-Warning to Write-Host
    • Fixed remaining $Null comparisons where $null was on the right instead of the left of the comparison
    • If you select PDF for Output and Microsoft Word is not installed, update the error message to state that PDF uses Word’s SaveAs PDF function
    • Reformatted Appendix A to make it fit the content better
    • Reformatted most Write-Error messages to show better in the console
    • Removed the requirement for elevation when remoting to the PVS server
    • Reordered the parameters in an order recommended by Guy Leech
    • Update the help Text
    • Updated the ReadMe file

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

    Thanks

    Webster







    About Carl Webster

    Carl Webster is an independent consultant specializing in Citrix, Active Directory, and technical documentation. Carl (aka “Webster”) serves the broader Citrix community by writing articles (see CarlWebster.com) and by being the most active person in the Citrix Zone on Experts Exchange. Webster has a long history in the IT industry beginning with mainframes in 1977, PCs and application development in 1986, and network engineering in 2001. He has worked with Citrix products since 1990 with the premiere of their first product – the MULTIUSER OS/2.

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