Carl Webster Accessibility Statement

Carl Webster is committed to facilitating the accessibility and usability of its website,, for everyone. Carl Webster aims to comply with all applicable standards, including the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 up to Level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA). Carl Webster is proud of the efforts that we have completed and that are in-progress to ensure that our website is accessible to everyone.

If you experience any difficulty in accessing any part of this website, please feel free to email us at and we will work with you to provide the information or service you seek through an alternate communication method that is accessible for you consistent with applicable law (for example, through telephone support).

  • Citrix Cloud (DaaS) Documentation Script V1.24

    March 25, 2023

    Citrix Cloud

    Version 1.24 24-Mar-2023

    • Added settings configurable by Set-BrokerServiceConfigurationData
      • Core.GetEntitlementTypePeriodHours
        • Type: int
        • Default: 24
        • Info: Hours Minimum=1
        • Summary: The time between checks in hours for GetEntitlementType check
      • Core.LaunchResumeRetryPeriodSec
        • Type: int
        • Default: 15
        • Info: Seconds Minimum=0
        • Summary: Period after which users of the XML service are hinted to retry launches that are delayed due to a resume request just being sent to that VDA  to satisfy launch.
      • DBConnectionSettings.ResourceLimitRetryDelaySecs
        • Type: int
        • Default: 15
        • Info: Seconds Minimum=2
        • Summary: Interval between command batch retries when a resource limit appears to have been reached.
      • HostingManagementSettings.MaxCompletedActionsToPurge
        • Type: int
        • Default: 700
        • Info: Minimum=100
        • Summary: Maximum completed power actions to purge in a single batch. This limit avoids timeouts/failures if for some reason huge numbers of actions have accumulated that need to be deleted.
        • The default value allows for about 2 million actions to be purged per day if needed (700 every 30 seconds).
      • LhcState.IsFirstConfigSyncSuccess
        • Type: bool
        • Default: false
        • Info:
        • Summary: Indicates on the machine where the secondary broker resides that the secondary Broker successfully completed first config sync. An important function of this value is to ensure that if services are re-installed for any reason, the config sync ensures that we have the latest Lhc database.
      • LhcState.LeaderInHAMode
        • Type: bool
        • Default: false
        • Info:
        • Summary: Indicates whether the leader connector is in outage mode.
      • NameCacheSettings.AlwaysRefreshNamesOnRegistration
        • Type: bool
        • Default: false
        • Info:
        • Summary: Forces machine’s cached name entries to be updated each time it registers. By default names are only updated by normal cache refresh logic.
      • SiteServicesSettings.FeatureTelemetryCollectionPeriodSec
        • Type: int
        • Default: 21600
        • Info: Seconds Minimum=1
        • Summary: Period between instances of reporting of feature use.
      • XmsSettings.NFuseAppDataBulkLookupThreshold
        • Type: int
        • Default: 2
        • Info: Minimum=0
        • Summary: Defines the threshold number of resources in an AppData transaction above which a bulk lookup mechanism is used. For small numbers of resources the higher setup cost outweighs the improved efficiency.
    • Added Computer policy
      • ICA\HDX Direct
      • Profile Management\Advanced settings\Free space ration (%)
      • Profile Management\Advanced settings\Number of logoffs
      • Profile Management\App access control
      • Profile Management\Basic settings\Active write back on session lock and  disconnection
      • Profile Management\Profile container settings\Enable VHD disk compaction
      • User Personalization Layer\User Layer Exclusions
    • Added User policy
      • ICA\File Redirection\Download file for Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS/HTML5
      • ICA\File Redirection\File transfer for Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS/HTML5
      • ICA\File Redirection\Upload file for Citrix Workspace app for Chrome OS/HTML5
    • In Function GetRolePermissions:
      • Added new permissions
        • Director_Search_Transaction
        • Image_Create
        • Image_Delete
        • Image_EditProperties
        • Image_Read
        • SecureBrowser_NewConfiguration
        • SecureBrowser_Read
        • SecureBrowser_RemoveConfiguration
        • SecureBrowser_SetConfiguration
    • In Function OutputDesktopOSMachine:
      • test if there is a Desktop.DNSName
      • If not, test Desktop.MachineName
      • If not, test Desktop.HostedMachineName
      • If not, use error message “error, there was no name found for the Desktop”
    • In Function OutputHosting:
      • update the list of Hypervisor Plugins
      • for Word output:
        • if there are no single-session OS or multi-session OS or sessions, output a  message and don’t waste a page
        • add a page break after outputting Session data
    • In Function OutputServerOSMachine:
      • test if there is a Server.DNSName
      • If not, test Server.MachineName
      • If not, test Server.HostedMachineName
      • If not, use error message “error, there was no name found for the Server”
    • Tested with Group Policy Module 2303 dated March 20, 2023
    • Tested with PoSH SDK dated March 17, 2023
    • Updated for 7.37

    You can always find the most current script by going to



    About Carl Webster

    Carl Webster is an independent consultant specializing in Citrix, Active Directory, and technical documentation. Carl (aka “Webster”) serves the broader Citrix community by writing articles (see and by being the most active person in the Citrix Zone on Experts Exchange. Webster has a long history in the IT industry beginning with mainframes in 1977, PCs and application development in 1986, and network engineering in 2001. He has worked with Citrix products since 1990 with the premiere of their first product – the MULTIUSER OS/2.

    View all posts by Carl Webster

    No comments yet.

    Leave a Reply