Tag: powershell

NetScaler and PowerShell cmdlets

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Now this is something I have been planning a post on for some time, ever since I started working with the C# library to do NITRO API calls against NetScaler. I was planning and started on a a PowerShell module for NetScaler, but…

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Hiding and publishing applications using XenDesktop 7.7 and Powershell

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So when creating a delivery group in Studio you have limited capabilities into how we can control who gets access to a certain delivery group or application. NOTE This is not using Smart Access on the Netscaler, this is purely a Citrix Studio…

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Getting Started With Nutanix and PowerShell

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Now that I have my hands on some Nutanix hardware it was about time to play a little bit with the features that are available on the platform. All of the stuff we do in PRISM is linked to the REST API, Nutanix…

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Getting started with PowerShell management with Arista

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In 2012 Microsoft Introduced (Open Management Infrastructure) OMI which allows for standard based management across different platforms. As of now Microsoft is working with Cisco and Arista to port OMI to their network switches. And also with the latest version of PowerShell DSC…

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Howto create a custom RemoteApp image in Microsoft Azure

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Finally its here! the ability to remote custom remoteapp images in Microsoft Azure. Before this we had a long process of creating a custom VM locally and sysprepping it and running a powershell command to upload the VHD file containing all our LOB…

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Automating Citrix Netscaler and PowerShell

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This is something I have been wanting to do for some time now, and now that I am doing a lot of research for my upcoming book, this subject poped up in my head…. How can we automate setup on a Citrix Netscaler…

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Excalibur and Orchestrator Magic

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When Citrix released Excalibur they also included a whole bunch of Powershell which allows you to run Powershell cmdlets to alter anything. If you are inside the Studio console you can see that there is a PowerShell window there, which shows all of…

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Automating Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 with PowerShell

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First part of this series, I showed how you could run and install all the necessary prerequisites silent and automated, this time I will write a bit more instead of just adding the commands.In Service Pack 1, Configuration Manager will finally include cmdlets…

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Windows Server 2012 deployment via PowerShell

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Now with the release of Windows Server 2012, Microsoft has added a huge huge huge improvement in PowerShell, there are about 2400 cmdlets available, and Microsoft have said that there are more to tome.Just to display how easy it is, I thought Id…

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Administer Other Windows Server from Server Manager 2012

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Now the new Server Manager is a lifesaver, it allows to manage multiple servers from one console. By default it is only supported for Windows Server 2012 but by downloading Windows Management Framework 3.0 and .Net 4 you can manage older versions as…

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