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24 Apr 2012 05:52 - 24 Apr 2012 06:14 #247 by merrist
merrist created the topic: Custom Command Line


I want to implement such effect:

wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName Login_VSI1 -passwrod Password!
wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName Login_VSI2 -passwrod Password!
wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName Login_VSI3 -passwrod Password!
wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName Login_VSI4 -passwrod Password!
wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName Login_VSI5 -passwrod Password!
wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName Login_VSI6 -passwrod Password!
wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName Login_VSI7 -passwrod Password!
wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName Login_VSI8 -passwrod Password!

So,What should I do for this circumstance?

Maybe you want to know why do I use the 192.168.222.99?
Because it is the View Connection Server.It will in charge of assigning the user to the virtual desktop.
If I use the LaunchRDP.exe I know how should I use the conncetion settings.I must know the desktop's IP and I can connect to the desktop.I will know the IP address after I must finish the logining operation the desktop.
So I think I should consign the task to the View Connection Server.I don't know how should i do.
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25 Apr 2012 00:04 #251 by d.geerlings
d.geerlings replied the topic: Re: Custom Command Line
Have a look at the target systems page of the admin guide. It explains how to use the values entered in the connection settings section in the custom commandline.

In short:
%input_servername% corresponds to the servername field
%input_username% corresponds to the username field
%input_domain% corresponds to the domain field
%input_password% corresponds to the password field

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25 Apr 2012 00:15 #252 by merrist
merrist replied the topic: Re: Custom Command Line

Dennis Geerlings wrote: Have a look at the target systems page of the admin guide. It explains how to use the values entered in the connection settings section in the custom commandline.

In short:
%input_servername% corresponds to the servername field
%input_username% corresponds to the username field
%input_domain% corresponds to the domain field
%input_password% corresponds to the password field


hi,Dennis Geerlings

I have seen the admin guide.But I don't know how should i do.

your means,I should input the command like as follow:
wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName %input_username% -passwrod Password!

Right?

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25 Apr 2012 00:19 #253 by d.geerlings
d.geerlings replied the topic: Re: Custom Command Line
In your case i suggest using the following commandline:
wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName Login_VSI%count% -passwrod Password!

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25 Apr 2012 00:31 #255 by merrist
merrist replied the topic: Re: Custom Command Line

Dennis Geerlings wrote: In your case i suggest using the following commandline:
wswc.exe -serverURL 192.168.222.99 -domainName hs-view5 -desktopProtocl PCoIP -userName Login_VSI%count% -passwrod Password!


thinks
I know your means.I'll try it.

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