Citrix: Director 7.7: Managing and Configuring Alerts & Notifications Using Powershell
With Director 7.7, you have the capability of configuring policies and conditions that will alert you when the configured threshold is breached in a XenDesktop 7.7 environment. This post will help you configure your proactive alerts and notifications using the POSH cmdlets.
Configuring the Notification Subscription
Let’s assume that you are a XenDesktop admin and you are trying to understand the usage of your XenDesktop deployment. You need to be proactively alerted when the number of concurrent sessions crosses a threshold value.
Before you even get to configuring alerts and notifications, you need to configure your notification subscription. For this you first need to add an SMTP exchange server which can be later used to send emails when there is an alert.
The Set-MonitorNotificationEmailServerConfiguration POSH cmdlet will help you in configuring the SMTP server.
Here is a sample script that can help you get it done.
Read the entire article here, Director 7.7: Managing and Configuring Alerts & Notifications Using Powershell
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