Hello everyone! I am sure this is a simple answer, but I have no clue how to get it to work. I have a script that is querying a XenDesktop farm and the user must have elevated credentials on the farm in order to run the script. In stead of giving everyone those elevated credentials, we have created an account that can run it. My question:
Is there a way to program in the credentials into the PowerShell script so when it is ran it runs as the account that has the correct rights.
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Deploying a Microsoft Access application in a Citrix environment is not difficult but takes a few steps. However, Citrix system people are often of little help, as they typically know next to nothing about Access. The script provided here will take …
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Learn the basics of if, else, and elif statements in Python 2.7.
Use "if" statements to test a specified condition.:
The structure of an if statement is as follows:
Use "else" statements to allow the execution of an alternative, if the …