You use the command options of the lmvutil command to specify the operation to perform. All options are preceded by two hyphens (--).

For lmvutil command authentication options, see lmvutil Command Authentication.

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 desktop entitlement or an application pool with a global application entitlement. See Adding a 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.

--createGlobalApplicationEntitlement

Creates a global application entitlement. See Creating a Global Entitlement.

--createGlobalEntitlement

Creates a global desktop 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.

--deleteGlobalApplicationEntitlement

Deletes a global application entitlement. See Deleting a Global Entitlement.

--deleteGlobalEntitlement

Deletes a global deskop 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 desktop entitlement or the application pools that are associated with a global application entitlement. See Listing the 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.

--listGlobalApplicationEntitlements

Lists all global application entitlements. See Listing Global Entitlements.

--listGlobalEntitlements

Lists all global desktop 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 Dedicated Desktop Pool Assignments.

--removePoolAssociation

Removes the association between a desktop pool and a global entitlement. See Removing a 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.

--updateGlobalApplicationEntitlement

Modifes a global application entitlement. See Modifying a Global Entitlement.

--updateGlobalEntitlement

Modifies a global desktop 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.