Parallels RAS PowerShell SDK
With the use of a PowerShell API, IT administrators can manage Parallels® RAS Farms and automate complex and repetitive tasks using Microsoft PowerShell scripting.
Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) PowerShell SDK enables IT admins to automate the provisioning and management of an entire Parallels RAS infrastructure. With PowerShell API, admin may automate tasks such as:
- Adding new users
- Provisioning applications
- Updating groups of users
- Auto-creation of new servers
Additionally, the configurable notifications of the Parallels RAS Console enables IT staff to define PowerShell-based event handlers that react to the changes in a Parallels RAS deployment.
Using Parallels RAS PowerShell SDK is straightforward. The Parallels RAS PowerShell Guide provides explanations about the use and structure of all the commands available. IT administrators can use verbosity mode on the PowerShell window to monitor the processing and progress of scripts and actions for debugging and troubleshooting. Parallels RAS PowerShell SDK can be installed as a standalone component, enabling IT to connect and manage the farm from any location.
Quick Deployment Tool
The tool enables a quick farm deployment by automatically performing all the necessary actions. Starting from basic input details such as a Parallels My Account, domain administrator credentials, server address, and more, the tool creates the farm infrastructure.
IT staff can connect from any location to a Parallels RAS Farm by simply providing the server IP address and administrator credentials. IT staff can monitor user sessions, active applications on each session, send a message to users and disconnect or logoff a session.
View the Parallels RAS PowerShell tools on GitHub
This set of APIs provides the ability to create and deploy a new Parallels RAS Farm, activate the license, and publish applications and desktops.Läs mer
Using this list of commands, administrators can publish and configure items on a Parallels RAS Farm.Läs mer
With this script, it is possible to add a VDI host server, create a VDI template, and publish the VDI desktop through the template.Läs mer
Access Parallels RAS PowerShell SDK list of commands.Läs mer
The commands used to create and modify a VDI Agent, a Parallels RAS Template, a VDI Host, and a VDI Guest. The IT administrator can make changes in the VDI infrastructure of the farm without the need of the Parallels RAS Console.
The commands used to create and modify an RDS Host, an RDS Group, and schedule a job type are just a part of those currently available. IT administrators can create and deploy RDS servers and groups as well as schedule them when to go online or offline, allowing for better resource management.
Publishing Agent commands
The commands used to create and modify a Parallels RAS Publishing Agent as well as remove it. This way the IT administrator can dynamically manage the number of Parallels RAS Publishing Agents on the farm anytime from anywhere.
The set of commands used to handle a Parallels RAS Secure Gateway, such as create, set, or remove a gateway. This provides a quick way to configure a gateway or set a backup if needed without using the Parallels RAS Console.
IT administrators can change the multifactor identification settings and controls through the Parallels RAS PowerShell SDK, allowing them to dynamically change the identification method of the farm from anywhere.
Commands to add published resources such as an application or a VDI desktop are available for IT administrators. Publish a new application while you work remotely with no hassle.
Commands to start, stop, suspend and restart a virtual machine (VM) in a farm are available through the Parallels RAS PowerShell SDK. IT administrators can manage the number of VMs currently running on a farm or restart a VM if needed.
What Is Microsoft PowerShell?
Microsoft PowerShell is a Microsoft .NET Framework-connected environment designed for administrative automation, including cloud automation. Windows PowerShell provides an approach to building commands, composing solutions, and creating graphical user interface-based management tools.
Microsoft PowerShell's capabilities enable an IT administrator to simplify and automate tedious and repetitive tasks for the administration of system resources by creating scripts and combining multiple commands (scripts) together.
The Microsoft PowerShell task automation and configuration management framework has long been associated with core Microsoft workloads; it provides access to everything from Azure Stack to Windows 10. It’s also a cross-platform open source shell and scripting tool.