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wwestfield
wwestfield
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Thanks for the update!

5 yrs Powershell - Creating Session Groups not working as expected
wwestfield
wwestfield
Posts: 4

New observation:

PS C:\Windows\system32> $session=new-rdmsession -group "WEW\" -kind "Group" -Name "Wayne"

Adding "\" to the group had the following effect
1) the GUI still did not update
2) Get-rdmssession for groups now shows the newly added group

5 yrs Powershell - Creating Session Groups not working as expected
wwestfield
wwestfield
Posts: 4

Merry Christmas!!
I have an existing empty session group called "WEW"
I then do the following;
PS C:\Windows\system32> $session=new-rdmsession -group "WEW" -kind "Group" -Name "Wayne"
PS C:\Windows\system32> $session
Name Group ID Session
---- ----- -- -------
Wayne WEW c9e9981c-7ca8-409d-abdf-a99c6f1a7a16 WEW
PS C:\Windows\system32> set-rdmsession $session
PS C:\Windows\system32> update-rdmui


after doing this the new group does no display in the GUI, when I get-rdmsession for groups, the new group also is not present


Kind regards,
Wayne

5 yrs Powershell - Creating Session Groups not working as expected
wwestfield
wwestfield
Posts: 4

Can someone post sample of change the properties for Group Folders via powershell; i.e. how to change the credentials setting to "Credential repository" and "Prompt on connect", is there a list of the properties that can be changed somewhere?


Similar question for sessions; i.e. how to change the properties for Display to "Undocked" and Credentials to "Inherited", in this case I know we have the Set-RDMsessionproperty, but I can not find a list of the properties that I can change.


Kind regards,
Wayne Westfield

5 yrs How to programatically change group fiolder properties and session properties