Adds the required registry keys to enable the mitigations on the target computer. Requires the relevant Microsoft patch installed on the target computer. For more inforrmation: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4072698
This action allows you to set the amount of CPUs, memory size and hard disk size for a VMware virtual machine.The script requires VMware PowerCLI to be installed on the machine it runs on. ** IF THE VM IS ON IT WILL BE RESTARTED! **
Version: 3.9.29 | Created: 2016-12-25 | Modified: 2018-12-18 | Creator: Ton de Vreede | Downloads: 180
This script will list all the VMs in a specific XenDesktop site that are listed in maintenance mode in the DDC. It must be run on a XenDesktop broker. The script prompts for and requires at least a XenDesktop read-only admin account.
The script runs on the ControlUp Console computer and initiates an HDX connection against one or more XenApp servers in order to check the server’s health. The script does not perform any actual login activity to the targeted XenApp server.
Opens a remote PowerShell session to the selceted computer(s) or to the computer(s) hosting the selected process(es) or user session(s). WinRM and PowerShell remoting already needs to be configured on the target computers. You can do that with ControlUp using the “Enable PSRemoting” SBA.
The script checks if a Windows Update is installed, using Get-WMIObject commandlet and WMI information under ‘win32_quickfixengineering’ and ‘win32_ReliabilityRecords’.
About Win32_ReliabilityRecords: They are enabled by default on Windows 7 but Group Policy has to be used to enable them on the server side. See Computer Settings – Administrative Templates – Windows Components – Windows Reliability Analysis.
MSDN Win32_ReliabilityRecords class https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee706630(v=vs.85).aspx
For a machine streamed using Citrix Provisioning Services, marks the device as down, resets the Active Directory machine account password and reboots the device. This action should be executed on a PVS server with MCLI PowerShell snap-in installed.
Show the URL for a given IE process. This script does not fully support published applications. (Published Apps will not show the actual URL.) You may also get unusual or no results if IE is at a site which uses Unicode characters.
Retrieves process IDs and the URLs associated with them. Assigned to a session. This script does not fully support published applications. (Published Apps will not show the actual URL.) You may also get unusual or no results if IE is at a site which uses Unicode characters.