Product Documentation

System Tools

Sep 07, 2012

show config-script

Syntax: show config-script
[-replicate] 
[-file “filename”]

Displays the appliance’s current configuration or, optionally, saves the configuration to the file “filename.” This configuration can be reloaded into the same appliance or another appliance.

-replicate omits appliance-specific configuration such as IP addresses, allowing the output of this command to be used more conveniently for configuring multiple appliances.

-file “filename” specifies that the output should be saved to the specified file rather than displayed. No pathname components should be used.

list config-script-files

Syntax: list config-script-files

Displays a list of the saved configuration files on the appliance.

save settings

Syntax: save settings
-file “filename”

Saves all parameters to the file specified by “filename”. The file is saved in the “settings” folder on the unit.

restore settings

Syntax: restore settings
-file “filename”

Restores all parameters from the file specified by “filename”. The file must be in the “settings” folder on the unit.

Caution: This command takes effect immediately and reboots the appliance, without an “are you sure?” verification.

list settings-files

Syntax: list settings-files

Displays a list of the saved settings files on the appliance.

reset settings

Syntax: reset settings

Equivalent to “Reset to Factory Defaults” in the UI. Sets all parameters except IP addresses and the license file to their factory settings.

Caution: This command takes effect immediately and reboots the appliance, without an “are you sure?” verification.

restart

Syntax: restart

Reboots the appliance.

Caution: This command takes effect immediately, without an “are you sure?” verification.

what

Syntax: what

Reserved for use by Command Center.

show software

Syntax: show software

Lists all of the versions of the software installed on the appliance. One of these will be the running version, while the others are available through the “restore” command (or, on the Web UI, the “Downgrade Release” feature).

verify software

Syntax: verify software
-file “filename”

Performs checks on file “filename” to see if it is a complete, uncorrupted software release file.

Note: This command is intended for newly transferred files. Files listed via the “show software” command are known-good files and cannot be checked by this command.

install software

Syntax: install software

-file “filename” [-restart]

Installs the software file “filename” and optionally (with the -restart option) restarts the appliance.

Note: This command is intended for newly transferred files. Files listed via the “show software” command are installed via the “restore software” command.

list software-files

Syntax: list software-files

Displays a list of software release files on the appliance.

restore software

Syntax: restore software

-version “version”

Reinstalls a previously installed software version. “Version” is the software version string. It must be identical to one of the versions listed by the “show software” command.

Example: restore software -version 4.3.24.1014

set software

Syntax: set software

-type {default, level1, level2, defaultmc, level1mc, level2mc}

Selects which version of the binary should be used. “Default” should be used unless Citrix Support recommends otherwise.