View PowerCLI Cmdlet Parameters
Some View PowerCLI cmdlet parameters accept arguments that are chosen from a limited set.
Default Display Protocol Settings
Default Display Protocol Settings shows the settings that you can use with the -defaultProtocol parameter to specify the default display protocol for a desktop pool.
Deletion Policy Settings
Deletion Policy Settings shows the settings that you can use with the -deletePolicy parameter to specify a deletion policy for automatically provisioned floating and linked-clone desktop pools.
Flash Quality Settings
Flash Quality Settings shows the settings that you can use with the -flashQuality parameter to specify a maximum allowable quality for Adobe Flash content. This value overrides the setting on a Web page. If the Flash quality for a Web page is higher than the maximum value allowed, the client reduces the quality to the specified maximum. Lowering the quality of Flash content causes it to use less bandwidth.
Flash Throttling Settings
Flash Throttling Settings shows the settings that you can use with the -flashThrottling parameter to specify how often Adobe Flash should refresh what it shows onscreen. Throttling Flash to increase the refresh interval reduces the frame rate. This reduction causes Flash content to use less bandwidth, but it might also cause Flash to drop frames.
Sets the interval to 2500 milliseconds. This results in the highest number of dropped frames. The speed of audio transmission is unaffected.
Sets the interval to 100 milliseconds. This results in the lowest number of dropped frames. The speed of audio transmission is unaffected.
LDAP Backup Frequency
LDAP Backup Frequency Settings shows the settings that you can use with the -ldapBackupFrequency parameter to specify the LDAP backup frequency for a View Connection Server instance.
Pool Type Settings
Pool Type Settings shows the settings that you can use with the -poolType parameter to specify the type of a desktop pool.
(AutomaticPool) Specifies a pool of automatically configured floating (nonpersistent) desktops that are provisioned, managed, and configured by a vCenter Server.
(AutomaticPool) Specifies a pool of floating (nonpersistent) desktops that are provisioned, managed, and configured by a vCenter Server and View Composer when requested.
(AutomaticPool) Specifies a pool of dedicated (persistent) desktops that are provisioned, managed, and configured by a vCenter Server and View Composer when requested.
(AutomaticPool) Specifies a pool of floating (nonpersistent) desktops that are provisioned, managed, and configured by a vCenter Server when requested.
(AutomaticPool) Specifies a pool of dedicated (persistent) desktops that are provisioned, managed, and configured by a vCenter Server when requested.
(AutomaticPool) Specifies a pool of automatically configured dedicated (persistent) desktops that are provisioned, managed, and configured by a vCenter Server.
(AutomaticPool) Specifies a pool of floating (nonpersistent) desktops that are provisioned, managed, and configured by a vCenter Server and View Composer.
(AutomaticPool) Specifies a pool of dedicated (persistent) desktops that are provisioned, managed, and configured by a vCenter Server and View Composer.
Power Policy Settings
Power Policy shows the settings that you can use with the -powerPolicy parameter to specify the power policy for a desktop pool.
Configures a desktop to remain powered on, even when no one is using it. If you shut down the desktop, it restarts immediately.
Refresh Policy Settings
Smart Card Authentication Settings shows the settings that you can use with the -refreshPolicyType parameter to specify a refresh policy for the OS disks of automatically provisioned dedicated and linked-clone desktop pools.
Specifies that an OS disk is refreshed when the user logs out if certain conditions are met. Use the -refreshpolicyDays and -refreshPolicyUsage parameters to specify the refresh interval in days and the percentage of the maximum allowable size for the disk.
Smart Card Authentication Settings
Smart Card Authentication Settings shows the settings that you can use with the -smartCardSetting parameter to specify how users with smart cards are authenticated. These settings apply to Update-ConnectionBroker, and do not have any effect unless you also specify -UseSSLClient $true with Update-GlobalSetting.
Specifies that users can use smart card authentication or password authentication to connect to the View Connection Server instance. If smart card authentication fails, the user must provide a password.
Specifies that users must use smart card authentication when connecting to the View Connection Server instance. Smart card authentication replaces Windows password authentication only. If SecureID is enabled, users are required to authenticate by using both SecureID and smart card authentication.
View Composer Maintenance Task Types
View Composer Maintenance Task Types shows the settings that you can use with the -composerTask parameter to specify a View Composer maintenance task type that is scheduled on a virtual machine.