You can use Horizon Administrator or the lmvutil command to view information about global entitlements, pods, sites, and home sites.

About this task

This procedure shows how to use Horizon Administrator to view information about global entitlements, pods, sites, and home sites. To use the lmvutil command to view this information, see lmvutil Command Reference.

This procedure also shows how to use the lmvutil command to list the tags associated with a global entitlement. Horizon Administrator does not show the tags associated with a global entitlement.

Procedure

  • To list all of the global entitlements in your configuration, in Horizon Administrator, select Catalog > Global Entitlements.

    You can use the Horizon Administrator user interface for any Connection Server instance in the pod federation.

  • To list the desktop or application pools in a global entitlement, in Horizon Administrator, select Catalog > Global Entitlements, double-click the global entitlement name, and click the Local Pools tab.

    Only the pools in the local pod appear on the Local Pools tab. If a global entitlement includes desktop or application pools in a remote pod, you must log in to the Horizon Administrator user interface for a Connection Server instance in the remote pod to see those pools.

  • To list the users or groups associated with a global entitlement, in Horizon Administrator, select Catalog > Global Entitlements, double-click the global entitlement, and click the Users and Groups tab.

    You can use the Horizon Administrator user interface for any Connection Server instance in the pod federation.

  • To list the pods in the pod federation, in Horizon Administrator, select View Configuration > Cloud Pod Architecture.

    You can use the Horizon Administrator user interface for any Connection Server instance in the pod federation.

  • To list the sites in the pod federation, in Horizon Administrator, select View Configuration > Sites.

    You can use the Horizon Administrator user interface for any Connection Server instance in the pod federation.

  • To list the home sites for a user by global entitlement, perform these steps in Horizon Administrator.
    1. Select Users and Groups, click the Home Site tab, and select Resolution.
    2. Click inside the Click here to find the user text box.
    3. Select one or more search criteria and click Find to filter the Active Directory users based on your search criteria.
    4. Select the Active Directory user and click OK.
    5. Click Look Up to display the home sites for the user.

    The global entitlement name appears in the Entitlement column and the effective home site for the global entitlement appears in the Home Site Resolution column. The origin of a home site assignment appears in parentheses after the home site name. If a user has multiple home sites, a folder icon appears next to the global entitlement name. You can expand this folder to list the home site assignments that are not in effect for the global entitlement.

  • To list the tags associated with a global desktop entitlement, run the lmvutil command with the --listGlobalEntitlements option.

    You can run this command from any Connection Server instance in the pod federation.

    For example:

    lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword "*" --listGlobalEntitlements

    The tags associated with the global entitlement appear after Restriction Tags in the command output.

  • To list the tags associated with a global application entitlement, run the lmvutil command with the --listGlobalApplicationEntitlements option.

    You can run this command from any Connection Server instance in the pod federation.

    For example:

    lmvutil --authAs adminEast --authDomain domainEast --authPassword "*" --listGlobalApplicationEntitlements

    The tags appear after Restriction Tags in the command output.