There are many situations for which a machine (server OS or workstation) will lose domain trust. _x000A_If the ControlUp agent is installed on the machine, this script will execute locally and repair the domain trust. Domain credentials with permission to reset the computer account must be provided._x000A_
This script creates a video of the entire user display area and saves it in a location of choice. This script requires ffmpeg.exe to be downloaded and placed in an accessible location.
This script gets the dimensions of the users working display area and takes screenshots. The screenshots can be saved as a BMP, JPG or PNG in a location of choice.
Show the client device Operating System type form for a specific user session._x000A_Use this script without requesting the display of the Receiver version to get the results grouped by client OS (available only as a ControlUp Script Based Action). _x000A__x000A_Categorization of the Client OS is accomplished by querying the Citrix VDA or XA65 worker for the ClientPlatformId registry value in the appropriate Citrix ICA hive for that user session and follow the conversion described in this document:_x000A_https://www.citrix.com/mobilitysdk/docs/clientdetection.html_x000A_
Show details for all PVS target devices which are marked as active
Displays the titles of all visible windows running in the user session
Finds and optionally deletes local user profiles. The user can provide two arguments – the minimum profile age in days and the minimum profile size. The default operation mode is to display the profiles that fit these criteria. When the “Delete” option is set to “true”, the script will delete the profiles it found.
This script queries and displays the values of performance counters for the Citrix Federated Authentication Service object. It requires the “CitrixFederatedAuthenticationService” service to exist on the target computer.
Citrix Apps and Desktops (formerly XenApp and XenDesktop) introduced Adaptive transport which automatically chooses between TCP & UDP for the HDX sessions. This script will leverage the ctxsession command to display the current status of the active HDX sessions.
Recurses AD groups found to show all user accounts with any access to Citrix Studio._x000A_Needs to be run using an account that has at least read-only Studio access._x000A_Use it to see exactly which users have access and what level._x000A_Arguments:_x000A_ User Name to Query – an optional username or regular expression to restrict the display to_x000A__x000A_If a name is specified as a parameter then only that account is reported on
Pull all log separate Citrix StoreFront log files into a single time sorted csv file. You may need to change the StoreFront logging levels first which can be done with the “Show or Change StoreFront Logging” SBA. Use to help diagnose StoreFront issues._x000A_Arguments:_x000A_ Output csv file – full path to a local or remote file to store the log entries in_x000A_ Start – optional time to start log export from, e.g. just before the problem started or was reproduced. Can be specified as a date/time or as a number of units of time back from the present such as 7d or 1w where s=second,m=minute,h=hour,d=day,w=week,y=year_x000A_ End – optional time to stop log export at. Can be specified either as a date/time or a number of units of time from the start value specified._x000A_If date/time values are used, they must be enclosed in double quotes, e.g. “02/02/2018 08:00:00”
Query or change the logging levels in Citrix StoreFront._x000A_Enable more verbose logging when troubleshooting potential StoreFront issues but turn the level back to off or error when finished to reduce the impact on CPU and free disk space._x000A_Arguments:_x000A_ Cluster – ff set to true then all servers in the cluster will be discovered and reported/operated on rather than just the selected computer (default is false)_x000A_ Trace Level – specify one of: ‘Off’, ‘Error’,’Warning’,’Info’,’Verbose’ or leave empty to query rather than change the current settings (default is empty)