New Tool from Nikolic: Softricity Command-Line Import

Softricity's Softgrid product is becoming ever more popular in Citrix and Terminal Server environments. The best evidence of this is the great number of third-party support applications and utilities that are starting to pop-up to support Softricity applications.

Softricity's Softgrid product is becoming ever more popular in Citrix and Terminal Server environments. The best evidence of this is the great number of third-party support applications and utilities that are starting to pop-up to support Softricity applications.

The most recent tool is a command-line application importing tool from Daniel Nikolic. (Nikolic is one of the people we thank for the DADE Power tools that are widely used to combat the Citrix Black Hole effect.)

This utility can be used to import OSD (Softgrid Application) files into a Softgrid database. (Previously this was a manual process that required several steps and was easy to screw up.) In fact, Nikolic's tool can even import multiple OSD's at once (i.e. an entire folder). This tools is great whether you manually configure your environments or whether you write configuration scripts.


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I've used Softricity for 18 months now, and this area is something I've complained/suggested about for a while. I'm glad to see someone has developed a useful tool. I'll be downloading it and trying it out as soon as I can.

By and large I think this is a great product, just lacking in tools that Enterprises need.
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