Autostart links with OneGate, Tunnel, HTML5 and Web resources.

This is how you create autostart links with OneGate. If you are runing the lates version and https only, change http to https. Tunnel http://onegate.invid.se.se/mg-local/autostart?resource=mg-local&uri=/mg-local/jretestifneeded?path=https:/rdp-server01.onegate.invid.se/parameters?resource=rdp-server&port=33891&cpopup=no&client=/mg-local/terminalserver/terminalserver-wrapper.html&p1=TRUE&p2=TRUE&p3=TRUE&p4=FALSE&p5=TRUE&p6=1280&p7=1024&p8=TRUE&p9=TRUE&p10=&description=asdfvbm9taXNlcasdfasdfasdfw=&logintype=webtoken   HTML  http://onegate.invid.se/mg-local/autostart?resource=rdp-server&uri=/mgdev-gw&logintype=webtoken   Webresurs http://onegate.invid.se/mg-local/autostart?resource=www-server&uri=/page&formfill=false&logintype=webtoken

Get VM on what Datastore and what DRS group the VM is member of, export the result and email to you in a oneliner.

Special thanks to my better looking colleague @ http://blogg.schillman.se/ He is a powershell guru! I did this on Linux so I do not have the power to store username and password. But I know that you can do this if you are running Windows! If the vmware modules are not installed: Start powershell Set-PowerCLIConfiguration -InvalidCertificateAction:Ignore […]