The script uses a webrequest to ifconfig.me to detect the public IP the machine is using.
The output will include the public IP only, or 0.0.0.0 if the web request fails.
This script changes the following settings in order to improve the resilience of ControlUp Monitor to service failures:
– Sets the ServicesPipeTimeout registry value to 90000
– Sets the service recovery options to restart the service on first and second failure
This Script-Based action retrieves the HDX Insight information for a given user session
Adds or Removes Windows Features from Server or Desktop operating systems.
Enables Firewall Auditing Events and then tails the event log remotely. The tailing of events for this script is closer to realtime then the text log.
Shadows Citrix, VMware, RDSH and WVD sessions
The script displays VDI machines and RDS hosts that are not running on the same Golden Image and Snapshot that are configured in the Desktop Pool settings. It offers the option to delete VDI machines with or without forcing the user to logoff. Uses the Horizon PowerCLI api’s to pull all snapshot information for Horizon Linked Clones and Instant Clones Desktops pools and RDS farms.
The script also uses the Horizon api’s to poll the Cloud Pod status of the system and connects to other pods if Cloud Pod has been enabled.
This Script Requires a Horizon Credential file for the user running the scipt. This can be created using the Create credentials for Horizon scripts Script Action.
Requires Horizon 7.5 or later
This script requires VMware PowerCLI to be installed on the machine running the script. PowerCLI can be installed using the Install and configure VMware PowerCLI Script Action
Run on a Delivery Controller or where the CVAD PowerShell snapins are available, e.g. Studio is installed. User running the script must have sufficient permission to chage the enabled state of the selected delivery groups
Performs a test of all the technical requirements for HDX content redirection, which can potentially save bandwidth and CPU. The script’s output provides the test results along with recommendations on components that need to be enabled or upgraded for content redirection to work.
Test connectivity from the ControlUp console machine to the ControlUp Agent port (40705 by default) of the destination machine