Batch files...

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Hi Guys,

Having a play with Citrix and batch files at the mo, can anyone help me with completing a script to export information to a text file based on a query?

the data i have available when running a query on a citrix server command prompt is:

C:\WINDOWS>query session
SESSIONNAME | USERNAME | ID STATE | TYPE DEVICE
ica-tcp | 65536 | | Listen wdica
rdp-tcp | 65537 | | Listen rdpwd
ica-tcp#1 | hadfieldc | 1 | Active wdica
>ica-tcp#7 | dovers | 2 | Active wdica

C:\WINDOWS>pause
Press any key to continue . . .


it will always have the ">" before the user's session name that is making the query,
Is there any way that I can use the ">" to force the "sessionname" to export to a temporary text file for it to use. to enable it to pull it to use in a session reset function - rather than asking for the user to input the information based on what they can see?

let me know if I have confused you.. and if you have any ideas!

sorry about the formatting!

cheers!
 

Vai

Vai

Soldato
Joined
18 Oct 2002
Posts
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You mean like:

query session | findstr /c:">" > temp.txt

?
 
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