You can use the lmvutil command with the --listUserAssignments option to list the dedicated desktop pod assignments for a user and global entitlement combination.

Syntax

lmvutil --listUserAssignments {--userName domain\username | --entitlementName name | --podName name | --siteName name}

Usage Notes

The data produced by this command is managed internally by the Cloud Pod Architecture brokering software.

This command returns an error if the Cloud Pod Architecture feature is not initialized or if the command cannot find the specified user, global entitlement, pod, or site.

Options

You must specify one of the following options when you list user assignments.

Table 1. Options for Listing User Assignments

Option

Description

--userName

Specifies the name of the user for whom you want to list assignments. Use the format domain\username. When you use this option, the command lists the global entitlement, pod, and site assignments for the specified user.

--entitlementName

Specifies the name of a global entitlement. When you use this option, the command lists the users assigned to the specified global entitlement.

--podName

Specifies the name of a global entitlement. When you use this option, the command lists the users assigned to the specified global entitlement.

--siteName

Specifies the name of a site. When you use this option, the commands lists the users assigned to the specified site.

Example

lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword
"*" --listUserAssignments --podName "East Pod 1"