You generate the CVD Integrity report if a system event warns that a CVD might have inconsistencies.

The CVD Integrity report verifies that a CVD is consistent and free of corruption, and can continue to reside in the system and be used for restore and other purposes.

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1

In the Horizon Mirage Management console tree, expand the Reports node and select the CVD Integrity report.

2

To generate a report:

a

Click the Generate Report icon on the report toolbar.

b

Type a report name in the Report Name text box. If none is given, the default name format is applied (CVD_Integrity_{User's environment name}_{Short date}).

c

Select a CVD in the CVD List area, and click Next.

d

Select a report option:

Option

Description

Check Only

Generates only the CVD Integrity report, which checks for errors on the selected CVD. No repair actions are performed.

Fix For Upload

Use this report option if you were performing a non-restore process (for example, periodic upload) when you encountered a problem with the CVD. Corrupted files are re-uploaded so that the interrupted process can resume.

Fix For Restore

Use this report option if you were performing a restore process when you encountered a problem with the CVD. Corrupted files are repaired so that the interrupted process can resume.

e

Click Next and click Finish.

3

To view a report that was generated:

Click the View Report icon on the report list toolbar.

The report appears as an HTML page.

4

To delete a report:

On the report list, select the report you want to delete.

Click the Delete icon on the report console toolbar.