A couple of weeks ago Citrix published the Citrix Policy Reference sheet:
The attached spreadsheet documents all the policy settings available with XenApp versions 6 or later, and XenDesktop versions 5 or later.
Starting with XenApp 6 and XenDesktop 5, policies configure many User and Machine based settings. This reference can assist in planning and troubleshooting policies in XenApp and XenDesktop deployments.
It was published as http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX135039
It’s a very useful document but I was missing the powershell reference in the Citrix policy reference so I took the liberty to add the powershell commands to set/configure the policy. I did this already for a standard deployment so I already had most of the commands, I know there are quite a few still missing but just let me know the commands and I will add them to this reference sheet. As you can see you have to add your own workergroup for the computer policy, for the user policy example I was using an unfiltered policy.
Here it is: [download id=”1″]
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