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.
New Policy Settings for XenDesktop 5.6 Feature Pack 1
XenDesktop 5 Policy Setting Reference
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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Thanks for sharing Kees!
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