New PVS Farm Check SBA

New PVS Farm Check SBA

Posted By Andrew
Based on the new PowerShell CMDlets for Citrix Provisioning services After much tireless lobbying from CTP’s, particularly from Carl Webster, Citrix have spent the time to convert the old soap / text based PowerShell cmdlets (which were just a wrapper for the mcli command line) to true object based PowerShell cmdlets, complete with help and examples! […]
ControlUp’s New HDX Simulator SBA

ControlUp’s New HDX Simulator SBA

Posted By Matan Nataf
ControlUp exposes a new Script Based Action (SBA) which lays the groundwork for our brand new HDX simulator. This script allows sysadmins to initiate HDX connections to XenApp servers and get back a report about the status of those servers (connection established successfully, or, in case of failure it includes the specific error code that […]
Printers, Drivers & SBAs, Oh My!

Printers, Drivers & SBAs, Oh My!

Posted By Zeev
Recently, two ControlUp users, Matthias Stutzke from Schneider Versand and Josh Edwin, Citrix Engineer – Systems Administrator III at B/E Aerospace, contributed simple but effective scripts to the Community SBA collection. Matt gave us List User’s Printers and Josh wrote List User’s Mapped Network Drives. These SBAs may seem too simple and not very useful, but consider the scenario where you […]
Update: Logon GPO Analysis via PowerShell

Update: Logon GPO Analysis via PowerShell

Posted By Niron Koren
End-user happiness would decrease exponentially if your end-user had enough time to make a cup of joe while logging on.  Therefore, a crucial part of a good end-user experience is keeping logon times short. Part of your job as a SysAdmin is to make sure that the logon sequence, including authorization, profile load, shell initialization […]
Logon GPO Analysis via PowerShell

Logon GPO Analysis via PowerShell

Posted By Niron Koren
End-user happiness would decrease exponentially if your end-user had enough time to make a cup of joe while logging on.  Therefore, a crucial part of a good end-user experience is keeping logon times short. Part of your job as a SysAdmin is to make sure that the logon sequence, including authorization, profile load, shell initialization […]

Display and Compare Process DLL’s

Posted By ControlUp Team
Hi, ControlUp users! Today I want to briefly discuss a new Community SBA that was posted recently, “Display DLLs loaded by process”. We had a request to be able tell which DLLs are loaded by a given process. Why would we want to do that? It seems that sometimes a program may be misbehaving on […]

ControlUp 3.0 Deep Dive – Script Based Actions

Posted By Yoni
Script Based Actions was mentioned in my ControlUp 3.0 overview blog as one of the new major additions in ControlUp 3.0, this blog post will provide an in depth coverage on the new SBA feature. SBA’s allows ControlUp admins to extend the built-in management actions library by importing PowerShell, VB or batch scripts into the console. This […]