Default Scripts for Nerdio Manager

Default Scripts for Nerdio Manager

Every installation of Nerdio Manager contains default scripted actions. These are commonly used scripts and examples that you can use or reference for your own scripts. Default scripts have the Nerdio Tag and are locked for editing. You can clone them in order to create a customized, editable version.

Note: This is a partial list. Nerdio continuously updates the default Scripted Actions.

Default Window Scripts

Name

Use Case

Recommended Target

Requires Customization*

Install MS Teams

Save time manually uninstalling and reinstalling MS Teams. Also enables AVD Mode.

Image VMs (preferred), Session Hosts

No

Install MS 365 Office Apps

Save time manually updating MS Office apps.

Image VMs

Yes: If the default list of apps installed is not desired.

Virtual Desktop Optimization

Optimize session hosts for better performance. Commonly used for Remote App Session hosts.

Session Hosts

Yes: By default, many apps are removed, such as calculator. If this is not desired, remove them from the script.

Install Zoom VDI Client

Installs Zoom (VDI Version).

Image VMs

No

Enable RDP Shortpath

Enables RDP Shortpath

Image VMs or Session Hosts

No

Enable AVD Screen Capture Protection

Enables screen capture protection.
Note: This is an example of how to use PowerShell to edit registry via scripted actions.

Image VMs or Session Hosts

No

Grant user local admin rights

Adds user who is assigned to the personal desktop VM to the local admin group.

Session Hosts

No

Update Windows

Runs Windows 10/11 Updates.

Image VMs

No

*This script is intended to be cloned and edited to suit your needs.

Default Azure Runbooks

Name

Purpose

Requires Customization*

Assign Public IP to VM

Allows VM to have a public IP.

Yes: If Static IPs are required or naming scheme is not desired.

Enable Anti-Malware Extension

Adds anti-malware extension.

Yes: If custom exclusions or scan settings times are needed.

Enable VM OS Disk Encryption

Encrypts Disk with Key Vault.

Yes: If using an existing key vault.

*This script is intended to be cloned and edited to suit your needs.

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