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Check for Citrix ADC CVE-2019-19781 Vulnerability mitigation 2.2.9

this Script Action checks if the suggested mitigation responder policy is configured and globally bound on the Citrix ADC or Citrix Gateway appliance as described in Citrix knowledgebase article CTX267679 (https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX267679). Note: This Script Action does not perform the suggested mitigation for the management interfaces as it may break administration access. tags:NetScalers, Citrix ADC, Citrix Gateway, Vulnerability, Mitigation,
Created: 2020-01-01
Modified: 2020-01-08
Creator: ebarthel
Downloads: 85

Disable or Enable SSH on an VMware ESXi host 1.2.25

Using PowerCLI, Connect to vCenter and start or stop the SSH service on a host. Notet that , the computer running this script must have PowerCLI, and vCenter credentails are required during script execution. tags:$HypervisorPlatform="VMware",$SSHenabled
Created: 2019-10-04
Modified: 2019-10-04
Creator: mc
Downloads: 37

Enable requirements for Logon Duration Analysis 2.1.5

This script is designed to enhance the login measurements in a computer using auditpol, wevutil and reg commands and complete the requisites for the Analyze Logon Duration Script. It will additionally increase the size of the Group Policy and Print Service Event logs to retain the information for a couple of hours after login. Important note: This script modifies the audit policies on a computer and should be used with caution. If in doubt consult with your IT Security team. tags:Logon Duration,auditpol
Created: 2019-05-01
Modified: 2020-07-19
Creator: Marcel Calef
Downloads: 76

Set VM resource allocation level 1.0.2

This script will change the resource allocation of a given vSphere VM. By default, the allocation is increased one 'SharesLevel' for CPU, HDD, Memory or all three. If the SharesLevel for a resource is 'Custom' this will not be changed. ALL hard disks will be set to a new SharesLevel based on the current level of the FIRST disk. Example, script is set to Increase level for All resources: CPU SharesLevel 'Normal' ---> CPU ShareLevel 'High' Memory SharesLevel 'Custom' ---> Memory SharesLevel 'Custom' FIRST HDD SharesLevel 'Low', SECOND HDD SharesLevel 'Normal' ---> ALL HDD SharesLevel 'Normal' tags:vmware,resource allocation,performance,cpu,disk,ram,vcpu,vsphere
Created: 2019-03-19
Modified: 2019-03-19
Creator: Ton de Vreede
Downloads: 17