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Getting Started with XenDesktop® 7.x by Craig Thomas Ellrod

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Creating an SDK script

After working with the XenDesktop SDK through a PowerShell window, you might want to build a script to execute the cmdlets. Scripts are more powerful than the command-line interface because you can have multiple cmdlets in a script and can execute them by running the script. If you are a third-party vendor integrating with XenDesktop, scripts are very important for you.

You can create scripts by reverse engineering; that is, using the ones that are used by XenDesktop.

To create scripts, perform the following steps:

  1. Open the Citrix Studio console.
  2. Perform the task that you want to replicate in a script in the Studio UI.
  3. Retrieve the log of the SDK operations that was made by Studio to perform the task.
  4. Reverse engineer the commands ...

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