Monitoring Citric License Use

Posted on 2006-03-27
Last Modified: 2008-02-26
Is there a way to monitor what my peak Citrix license usage is?  I checked under Perfmon but nothing.  I am trying to evaluate if I have enough, too many, or too few licenses.  Thanks in advance for any help.
Question by:dquillen

    Author Comment

    Sorry, should have included this information in previous post.  Windows 2000 Server running Citrix XPa FR3.
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    Expert Comment

    According to the link below, you should find items like this in Perfmon:

    Object:       Citrix Secure Gateway
    Counter:       Active Session Count
    Explained:    The number of concurrent ICA connections being handled by this service.

    Author Comment

    Not using Secure Gateway unfortunatly.  There is a similar counter under Terminal Services, and that may be the best I can do.
    LVL 8

    Accepted Solution

    This Citrix KB Article has a solution that I have tested before.

    Use task scheduler to schedule the script at a regular interval over a period of time to get the information.

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