Scripting

Last Updated on 3 Dec. 2008, Total: 19 Articles and Tutorials

A section describing various custom scripts which Windows Terminal Services and Citirx administrators can use to monitor their servers.

  1. Writing Terminal Service Based Scripts (Part 14)

    How to add additional terminal service functionality to our existing script framework... Read More

  2. Writing Terminal Service Based Scripts (Part 13)

    This article continues the series on terminal service scripting by integrating the Query Session command into our existing script... Read More

  3. Writing Terminal Service Based Scripts (Part 12)

    How to configure a script to accept user input... Read More

  4. Writing Terminal Service Based Scripts (Part 11)

    This article continues the series on terminal service scripting by beginning the creation of a session management script... Read More

  5. Writing Terminal Service Based Scripts (Part 10)

    This article continues my series on terminal server scripting by talking about menus and subroutines... Read More

  6. Writing Terminal Service Based Scripts (Part 9)

    This article continues the series on terminal server scripting by talking about menus and subroutines... Read More

  7. Writing Terminal Service Based Scripts (Part 8)

    This article continues the Terminal Service Scripting series by explaining how we generated a date based filename... Read More

  8. Writing Terminal Service Based Scripts (Part 7)

    This article continues with the series on creating terminal service based scripts by explaining the inner workings of the script that we created previously... Read More

  9. Writing Terminal Service Based Scripts (Part 6)

    This article continues with the series on creating terminal service based scripts by beginning to take a look at using a script to create a report... Read More

  10. Writing Terminal Service Based Scripts (Part 5)

    This article continues the series on terminal service based scripts by introducing a couple more commands that you can use in your scripts... Read More

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