This week we discuss the Ivanti Automation maintenance. Often we see large databases which directly infect the performance of the software and the execution of jobs. Ivanti delivers 2 tasks to export and clean the Job History list.
In week 2 of Tip of the Week we created a service attribute table from a PowerShell script and showed this in a message in Ivanti Identity Director. The output was difficult to read with all the semi-colons and pipe characters. As we learned in week 2 the semi-colon is used to separate columns and the pipe character marks the end of a row.
Ivanti Identity Director tables are very useful for storing data. In Tip of the Week 2, we discuss how to create PowerShell output in Ivanti Automation which can be imported in an Ivanti Identity Director table.
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