Citrix PowerPack

Quintus has just published a great PowerPack for managing Citrix XenApp (a.k.a. Presentation) Server.

It has 26 (!) different PowerShell functions to manage Citrix farms, users, applications, printers, and much more. He even has actions for application backup and restore!

PowerShell library with a couple of dozen Citrix XenApp management functions

PowerShell library with a couple of dozen Citrix XenApp management functions

Full list of functionality can be found at the powerpack page here.

The scripts use the MFCOM APIs which Christian described here a couple of weeks ago. It’s nice to see Quintus now taking the concept and running with it to create the whole Citrix management library!

(By the way, this is his second entry for the PowerPack challenge contest. You still have a few of days if you want to submit your pack for its first sprint. ;))

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3 Responses to “Citrix PowerPack”

  1. 1 César García August 12, 2008 at 11:08 am

    Oh god, I’ve been waiting this for ages. Thank you so much for putting all together. I’m gonna try it right now, smiling, happy.

  2. 2 billig søkemotoroptimalisering May 18, 2011 at 10:43 am

    This is just fantastic. I know it is a bit old post but anyway I just wanted to say that I love this software. Citrix is the best powershell ever.

  1. 1 PowerPack format adoption « Dmitry’s PowerBlog: PowerShell and beyond Trackback on September 1, 2008 at 10:06 pm

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