You use the command options of the lmvutil command to specify the operation that you want to perform.

Important:

All options are preceded by two dashes (--).

Table 1. lmvutil Command Options

Option

Description

--activatePendingCertificate

Activates a pending SSL certificate. See Activating a Pending Certificate.

--addGroupEntitlement

Associates a user group with a global entitlement. See Adding a User or Group to a Global Entitlement.

--addPoolAssociation

Associates a desktop pool with a global entitlement. See Adding a Desktop Pool to a Global Entitlement.

--addUserEntitlement

Associates a user with a global entitlement. See Adding a User or Group to a Global Entitlement

--assignPodToSite

Assigns a pod to a site. See Assigning a Pod to a Site.

--createGlobalEntitlement

Creates a global entitlement. See Creating a Global Entitlement.

--createSite

Creates a site. See Creating a Site.

--createGroupHomeSite

Associates a user group with a home site. See Configuring a Home Site.

--createPendingCertificate

Creates a pending SSL certificate. See Creating a Pending Certificate.

--createUserHomeSite

Associates a user with a home site. See Configuring a Home Site.

--deleteGlobalEntitlement

Deletes a global entitlement. See Deleting a Global Entitlement.

--deleteSite

Deletes a site. See Deleting a Site.

--deleteGroupHomeSite

Removes the association between a user group and a home site. See Deleting a Home Site.

--deleteUserHomeSite

Removes the association between a user and a home site. See Deleting a Home Site.

--editSite

Modifies the name or description of a site. See Changing a Site Name or Description.

--ejectPod

Removes an unavailable pod from a pod federation. See Removing a Pod From a Pod Federation.

--help

Lists the lmvutil command options.

--initialize

Initializes the Cloud Pod Architecture feature. See Initializing the Cloud Pod Architecture Feature.

--join

Joins a pod to a pod federation. See Joining a Pod to the Pod Federation.

--listAssociatedPools

Lists the desktop pools that are associated with a global entitlement. See Listing the Desktop Pools in a Global Entitlement.

--listEntitlements

Lists associations between users or user groups and global entitlements. Listing the Users or Groups in a Global Entitlement.

--listGlobalEntitlements

Lists all global entitlements. See Listing Global Entitlements.

--listPods

Lists the pods in a Cloud Pod Architecture topology. See Listing the Pods or Sites in a Cloud Pod Architecture Topology.

--listSites

Lists the sites in a Cloud Pod Architecture topology. See Listing the Pods or Sites in a Cloud Pod Architecture Topology.

--listUserAssignments

Lists the dedicated desktop pod assignments for a user and global entitlement combination. See Listing User Assignments.

--removePoolAssociation

Removes the association between a desktop pool and a global entitlement. See Removing a Desktop Pool From a Global Entitlement.

--resolveUserHomeSite

Shows the effective home site for a user. See Listing the Effective Home Site for a User.

--removeGroupEntitlement

Removes a user group from a global entitlement. See Removing a User or Group From a Global Entitlement.

--removeUserEntitlement

Removes a user from a global entitlement. See Removing a User or Group From a Global Entitlement.

--showGroupHomeSites

Shows all of the home sites for a group. See Listing the Home Sites for a User or Group.

--showUserHomeSites

Shows all of the home sites for a user. See Listing the Home Sites for a User or Group.

--uninitialize

Disables the Cloud Pod Architecture feature. See Disabling the Cloud Pod Architecture Feature.

--unjoin

Removes an available pod from a pod federation. See Removing a Pod From a Pod Federation.

--updateGlobalEntitlement

Modifies a global entitlement. See Modifying a Global Entitlement.

--updatePod

Modifies the name or description of a pod. See Changing a Pod Name or Description.

--verbose

Enables verbose logging. You can add this option to any other option to obtain detailed command output. The lmvutil command writes to standard output.

For lmvutil command authentication options, see lmvutil Command Authentication.