Login AM Operations Default Variables

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This list describes the default variables that can be used.

Important: Using %% makes Login AM expand the contents as an environment variable. If you use <> instead of %%, AM will only translate <> to %% and won’t expand the variable as required.

Variable Description Example
%am_files% Contains the location for the central configuration share \\Server\AM$
%am_env_name% Contains the name of the environment Development
%am_env_files% Contains the location for the the environment specific central share \\Server\AM$\919da43e-a530-4924-8811-acb994c4e310
%am_env_prefix% Contains the prefix for the environment Dev-
%am_pkg_name% Contains the name of the package that is currently processing Adobe Reader X
%am_pkg_cat% Contains the name of the package category for the package that is currently processing Office Applications
%am_pkg_pgroup% Contains the name for the primary group of the package without pre and suffixes, default set to %am_pkg_name%. Depends on configuration of security plugin if this group is created/used Adobe Reader X
%am_pkg_installdir% Contains the default install dir for the package, default set to %programfiles%\%am_pkg_name%. Depends on action item configuration if this variable is used C:\Program Files\Adobe Reader X
%am_pkg_media% Contains the specific media folder location for this package \\Server\AM$\media\AdobeReader X
%am_col_name% Contains the name of the collection where the computer belongs to Desktop Silo
%am_col_path% Contains the name of the collection where the computer belongs to, including parent collections RDS2012\Session Hosts\Desktop Silo
%am_col_id% Contains the GUID of the collection where the computer belongs to e98dfb72-ef45-445a-a8be-635ed1d503d2
%am_ai_name% Contains the name of the action item that is currently processing Create Shortcut
%am_as_name% Contains the name of the action set that is currently processing Setup RDS configuration
%am_evt_name% Contains the name of the event that is currently processing Startup
%am_shell% When run on a system that was initialized, starts the AM Client API powershell.exe -command Import-Module AmClient