Parallels RAS PowerShell requires Parallels RAS v15.5 Update 2 or higher. Earlier versions of Parallels Remote Application Server cannot be managed in PowerShell.
The following components must be installed on the computer where you'll be executing Parallels RAS PowerShell cmdlets:
• Windows PowerShell 3.0 or higher
• Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 or higher
To get started with Parallels RAS PowerShell, complete thefollowing steps:
1 Open the Windows PowerShell console.
2 In the console, type the following command to import the Parallels RAS PowerShell module:
3 Create a Parallels RAS session by executing the New-RASSession cmdlet. Substitute the server name (in quotes) with the name or IP address of your Parallels RAS Licensing Server. Type your RAS administrator username and password when prompted.
New-RASSession -Server "server.company.dom"
4 Execute the following cmdlet to see the list of cmdlets included in the Parallels RAS PowerShell module:
Get-Command -Module PSAdmin
5 Execute other cmdlets. For example, try executing the Get-GW cmdlet to retrieve information about RAS Secure Client Gateway(s). The example below returns information about all RAS Secure Client Gateways available in the RAS Licensing Server site:
6 To see help for a cmdlet, execute Get-Help passing a cmdlet name:
To apply changes you've made to the farm configuration, use the Invoke-Apply cmdlet:
To activate a Parallels RAS license, use Invoke-LicenseActivate:
When executing the cmdlet above, you'll be prompted to enter your Parallels My Account email address and password. Passing a license key (the -Key parameter) is optional. If omitted (as in the example above), Parallels RAS is activated as a trial.