Webster’s Citrix Documentation Scripts and Microsoft PowerShell Version 3
September 10, 2013
PowerShell, PVS, Server 2012, XenApp 5 for Server 2008, XenApp 6.0, XenApp 6.5
I am in the process of creating V4 of the PVS and XenApp documentation scripts. As part of the process I wanted to make sure all the current and future scripts worked with PowerShell Version 3.
The following were tested:
- XenApp 5 on Windows Server 2008 Sp2, both PowerShell V2 and V3 – script versions 2 and the in development V4.
- XenApp 6 on Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, both PowerShell V2 and V3 – script versions 3 and the in development V4.
- XenApp 6.5 on Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, both PowerShell V2 and V3 – script versions 3.1 and the in development V4.
- The PVS version 3 script was updated to support PVS 7.0 running on Server 2012. Server 2012 includes PowerShell V3 so the PVS script has already been tested with PowerShell V3.
All the V4 scripts are being developed exclusively with PowerShell V3. When PowerShell V4 is released, I will retest my documentation scripts with it.
I have updated all the appropriate ReadMe files and the Where to Get Copies of the Various Documentation Scripts article.
2 Responses to “Webster’s Citrix Documentation Scripts and Microsoft PowerShell Version 3”
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September 10, 2013 at 11:44 pm
hello, Carl Webster
i’m a citrix engineer from china ,today i found a active directory article in your site,I found you here are some of the powershell script for Citrix Xenapp can trouble you to tell me about the role of these scripts do, be grateful. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org ,thank you
September 30, 2013 at 8:22 pm
My scripts do nothing but document the current state of a PVS or XenApp farm. Nothing more, nothing less.