Using PowerShell and check_mk to monitor Citrix Licensing Usage

24. January 2017

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I just wrote a custom local check for check_mk to get the Citrix Licensing Usage checked. All you need to do is fill in the $license_server and maybe customize $percent_warning and $percent_critical. The check reads the licensing WMI and gives you OK / WARNING / CRIT in check_mk for the corresponding variables. It will also show the actual used licenses as performance data:

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2 Comments
Marcus
24. November 2017 @ 10:34

hello,

i tested this powershell script and `have a question:
<<>>
0 CitrixLicensing used_licenses=6 38 percent of licenses in use (6 from 16)
<<>>
2 CitrixLicensing used_licenses=11 100 percent of licenses in use(11 from 11)

we have 25 licenses….

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    Sebastian
    24. November 2017 @ 11:26

    Can you try the latest version and let me know the result?

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