Sunray Server Commands

The followning table is from the Oracle website link

Table 2.1. Sun Ray Software Commands

Command Definition
utaction Execute commands when a Sun Ray Client session is connected, disconnected, or terminated.
utadm Manage the private network, shared network, and DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) configuration for the Sun Ray interconnect.
utadminuser Add, list, and delete UNIX user names from the list of users authorized to administer Sun Ray services. The list is stored in the Sun Ray data store.
utamghadm Configure or disable regional hotdesking, which enables users to access their sessions across multiple failover groups.
utcapture Monitor packets sent and dropped between the Sun Ray server and the Sun Ray Clients.
utcard Enable the configuration of different types of smart cards in the Sun Ray data store.
utconfig Perform the initial configuration of the Sun Ray server and supporting administration framework software.
utcrypto Configure the Sun Ray server security.
utdesktop Manage Sun Ray Clients connected to the Sun Ray server on which the command is run.
utdetach Disconnect the current non-smart card mobile session or authenticated smart card session from its respective Sun Ray Client. The session is not destroyed but put into a detached state. The session can be accessed again only after authentication. When Remote Hotdesk Authentication (RHA) is disabled (through utpolicy or the Admin GUI), utdetach affects only authenticated smart card sessions and non-smart card mobile sessions.
command Enable or disable Sun Ray device services. The devices include USB devices connected through USB ports, embedded serial ports, and the internal smart card reader in the Sun Ray Client.
utdiskadm Manage Sun Ray mass storage.
utdssync Convert the port number for the Sun Ray data store service to the new default port on servers in a failover group, then forces all servers in the group to restart Sun Ray services.
uteject Eject media from a removable storage media device.
utfwadm Manage firmware versions on the Sun Ray Clients.
utfwload Force the download of new firmware to a Sun Ray Client running older firmware than its server.
utfwsync Refresh the firmware level on the Sun Ray Clients to the level available on the Sun Ray servers in a failover group. It then forces all the Sun Ray Clients within the group to restart.
utgmtarget Manage a group-wide list of explicit destinations for Sun Ray group membership announcements.
utgroupsig Set the failover group signature for a group of Sun Ray servers. The utgroupsig command also sets the Sun data store rootpw used by Sun Ray to a value based on the group signature. Although utgroupsig sets the rootpw in the utdsd.conf file, it does not set the admin password, which is a separate entity, in the data store.
utgstatus View the failover status information for the local server or for the named server. The information that the command displays is specific to that server at the time the command is run.
utinstall Install, upgrade, and remove the Sun Ray Software.
utkiosk Import or export kiosk configuration information into the data store. It also supports storage of multiple named kiosk session configurations in the data store.
utkioskoverride Set the session type associated with a token, to select a kiosk session configuration for a token associated with a kiosk session, or to query the session type and kiosk session currently associated with a token.
utmhadm Manage multihead groups using a CLI.
utmhconfig Manage multihead groups using a GUI.
utmount Mount a file system on a Sun Ray mass storage device.
utpolicy Set and report the policy configuration of the Sun Ray Authentication Manager, utauthd.
utpreserve Save existing Sun Ray Software configuration data to the /var/tmp/SUNWut.upgrade directory.
utpw Change the Sun Ray administrator password (also known as the UT admin password) used by the Web-based and command-line administration applications.
utquery Collect DHCP information from the Sun Ray Clients.
utreader Add, remove, and configure token readers.
utrelease Display the version of the Sun Ray Software installed on the server.
utreplica Configure the Sun Ray data store server to enable replication of administered data from a designated primary server to each secondary server in a failover group. The data stores of the secondary servers remain synchronized automatically unless there is a power outage.
utresadm Control the resolution and refresh rate of the video monitor signal (persistent monitor settings) produced by the Sun Ray Client.
utresdef Create, delete, and view resolution definitions, that is, monitor signal timing definitions for monitors attached to Sun Ray Clients.
utselect Present the output of utswitch -l as a list of servers in the current host group, to be used for reconnection of the current Sun Ray Client. A user can either select a server from this list or specify a server not in the current host group by typing its full name in the utselect text box.
utsession List and manage Sun Ray sessions on the local Sun Ray server.
utset View and change Sun Ray Client settings.
utsettings Open the Sun Ray Settings GUI to view or change audio and visual settings for the Sun Ray Client.
utsetup Run all the appropriate commands, including utinstall and utconfig, in the appropriate sequence to install and configure a Sun Ray server.
utstart Start Sun Ray services.
utstop Stop Sun Ray services.
utswitch Switch a Sun Ray Client session to another Sun Ray server. The utswitch command can also list existing sessions for the current token.
utumount Unmount a file system from a Sun Ray mass storage device.
utuser Report Sun Ray user token registrations and manage those registrations. The utuser command is able to obtain smart card token values from Sun Ray Clients that are configured as dedicated token reader devices.
utwall Send a message or an audio file to users having an Xnewt or Xsun (X server unique to Sun Ray) process. The messages can be sent in email and displayed in a pop-up window.
utwho Assemble information about display number, token, logged-in user, and the like, in a compact format.
utxconfig Manage X server configuration parameters for users of Sun Ray Client sessions.

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