WEM Integrity Condition List Manager

WEM Integrity Condition List Manager is a powerful tool that helps you create the XML file for filtering purposes. The tool is used with the following filter condition types: Name is in List, Name is not in List, Name or Value is in List, and Name or Value is not in List. For more information about using these conditions in the administration console, see Filters.

This article describes how to use the WEM Integrity Condition List Manager to create the XML file for filtering purposes. For example, suppose you want to filter the actions by using the WEM Integrity Condition List Manager in conjunction with Name is in List.

New filter condition

  1. Open WEM Integrity Condition List Manager.

    WEM Integrity Condition List Manager 1

  2. Right-click the blank area and then select Add in the context menu.

  3. Type the name in the Name field.

    Note:

    Type the name of the machine on which the WEM agent is running (agent host).

    WEM Integrity Condition List Manager 2

  4. Click Save XML File, browse to the desired folder, and then click Save.

    Save as window

  5. Open the saved XML file to verify that the information you provided was saved correctly.

    Notepad

  6. Copy the saved XML file to a folder on the agent host.

    Note:

    This feature does not work if you save the XML file on an administration console machine.

  7. Go to the Administration Console > Filters > Conditions > Filter Condition List tab and then click Add.

    Administration console 1

  8. Type the information and then click OK.

    New Filter Condition

    Note:

    • Filter Condition Type. Select Name is in List.
    • XML List File: C:\Users\<user1>\Desktop\test1.xml (file address on the agent host)
    • Tested Value. Type the dynamic token that corresponds to the name you typed in the Name field in the WEM Integrity Condition List Manager. In this example, you typed the name of the machine on which the agent is running (agent host). Therefore, you must use the dynamic token “##ComputerName##.” For more information about using dynamic tokens, see Dynamic tokens.
  9. Go to the Administration Console > Filters > Rules > Filter Rule List tab and then click Add.

    Administration console 2

  10. Type the filter name in the Name field.

    New Filter Rule 1

  11. Move the configured condition from the Available pane to the Configured pane and then click OK.

    New Filter Rule 2

  12. Go to the Administration Console > Actions > Applications > Application List tab and then add an application.

    Administration console 3

  13. Go to the Administration Console > Assignments > Action Assignment tab.

    Administration console 4

  14. Double-click the desired user or user group (in this example, select the agent host).

    Administration console 5

  15. Move the application from the Available pane to the Assigned pane.

    Assign Filter 1

  16. Select the filter and then click OK.

    Assign Filter 2

  17. Enable the options for the assigned application (in this example, enable Create Desktop and Pin To TaskBar).

    Administration console 6

  18. Go to the Administration Console > Administration > Agents > Statistics tab and then click Refresh.

    Administration console 7

  19. Right-click the agent and then select Refresh Workspace Agent(s) in the context menu.

    Note:

    For the settings to take effect, you can also go to the machine on which the agent is running and then refresh Citrix WEM Agent.

    Administration console 8

  20. Go to the machine on which the agent is running (agent host) to verify that the configured condition works.

    Desktop

In this example, the application is successfully assigned to the agent host, which is created on the desktop and pinned to the taskbar.

WEM Integrity Condition List Manager