Hi All, We need to run 2 applications on IGEL in Citrix environment in the given time slots.
Use case scenario:
• Application A runs and displays maximized on the screen 7 days a week from Sunday 22:20 PM to Sunday 9:30 PM,
• Application B runs and displays maximized on the screen only on Sundays from 9:30 PM to 22:20 PM.
How we can achieve the goal?
Hi, with a bit of Linux knowlege you could work with Cron / or / SystemD Timers and start tthe sessions you want at the wanted timeslots.
move the device into another folder by CLI in combination with SystemD/Cron, by using the CLI Command.
rmdb_register -s <server> -p <port_number> -U <username> -P <password> -d <directory_id> -t <structure_tag>
and on Directory 1 put your Session 1
and on Directory 2 put your Session 2
Or (last one):
Define a view that identifies your enpoints:
Define an Admin task that assigns your profile 1 (or 2) at the time you need:
Define a Reboot Job based on that view:
Thank you for you fast reply! I’m not so proficient in creating Custom Commands but I will discuss your soulutions with colleagues
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