Riva CLI Tool: --Policy Command

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Riva CLI commands --policy

--policy has several subcommands to perform various operations on a policy.

Using the --policy command without a subcommand has the same effect as using it with its --help subcommand.

Subcommands:

--help
--syncNow
--disable
--enable
--addAdvancedKey
--deleteAdvancedKey

--help

Produces a policy-specific help output that includes descriptions of --policy subcommands and examples.

Syntax:

RivaCli.exe --policy –-help

--syncNow

Executes the SyncNow operation in a specific policy for a specific user.

Syntax:

RivaCli.exe --policy --syncNow 
--policyId="policy-file-name"
--entityName="riva-user@your-domain.com"
[--path="path-string"]

Parameters:

--policyId (string)

Required. The ID number of the policy to perform the Sync Now operation with.

--entity name (string)

Required. The email address of the user or entity that needs to be synced now.

--path (string)

Optional. The complete path of the policy file, including the policy file name.

If --path is not specified, Riva CLI finds the folder that contains Riva.exe and looks for the policy in the Configuration subfolder.

Example:

RivaCli.exe --policy --syncNow --policyId="policy-file-name" --entityName="riva-user@your-domain.com"

Result: Riva CLI looks up the policy named "policy-file-name" in the Configuration subfolder of the folder where Riva.exe is installed. If the policy is enabled, it is used to sync riva-user@your-domain.com as soon as the sync process allows.

--disable

Disables a specific policy.

Syntax:

RivaCli.exe --policy --disable
--policyId="policy-file-name"
[--path="path-string"]

Parameters:

--policyId (string)

Required. The ID number of the policy to disable.

--path (string)

Optional. The complete path of the policy file, including the policy file name.

If --path is not specified, Riva CLI finds the folder that contains Riva.exe and looks for the policy in the Configuration subfolder.

Example:

RivaCli.exe --policy --disable --policyId="policy-file-name"

Result: Riva CLI disables the policy named "policy-file-name" in the Configuration subfolder of the folder where Riva.exe is installed.

--enable

Enables a specific policy.

Syntax:

RivaCli.exe --policy --enable
--policyId="policy-file-name"
[--path="path-string"]

Parameters:

--policyId (string)

Required. The ID number of the policy to enable.

--path (string)

Optional. The complete path of the policy file, including the policy file name.

If --path is not specified, Riva CLI finds the folder that contains Riva.exe and looks for the policy in the Configuration subfolder.

Example:

RivaCli.exe --policy --enable --policyId="policy-file-name"

Result: Riva CLI enables the policy named "policy-file-name" in the Configuration subfolder of the folder where Riva.exe is installed.

--addAdvancedKey

Adds an advanced or custom option to a specific policy.

Syntax:

RivaCli.exe --policy --addAdvancedKey
--policyId="policy-file-name"
--Key="keyName"
--value="keyValue"
[--path="path-string"]

Parameters:

--policyId (string)

Required. The ID number of the policy to add an advanced or custom option to.

--key (string)

Required. The name of the advanced or custom option.

--value (string)

Required. The value assigned to the advanced or custom option determines the option's behaviour. The value is not case-sensitive.

--path (string)

Optional. The complete path of the policy file, including the policy file name.

If -- the path is not specified, Riva CLI finds the folder that contains Riva.exe and looks for the policy in the Configuration subfolder.

Example:

RivaCli.exe --policy --addAdvancedKey --policyId="policy-file-name" --Key="example" --value="true"

Result: Riva CLI finds the policy named "policy-file-name" in the Configuration subfolder of the folder where Riva.exe is installed. The advanced option "example" is then added to the policy and is set to "true".

--deleteAdvancedKey

Deletes an advanced or custom option from a specific policy.

Syntax:

RivaCli.exe --policy --addAdvancedKey
--policyId="policy-file-name"
--Key="keyName"
[--path="path-string"]

Parameters:

--policyId (string)

Required. The ID number of the policy to delete an advanced or custom option from.

--key (string)

Required. The name of the advanced or custom option.

--path (string)

Optional. The complete path of the policy file, including the policy file name.

If --the path is not specified, Riva CLI finds the folder that contains Riva.exe and looks for the policy in the Configuration subfolder.

Example:

RivaCli.exe --policy --deleteAdvancedKey --policyId="policy-file-name" --Key="example"

Result: Result: Riva CLI finds the policy named "policy-file-name" in the Configuration subfolder of the folder where Riva.exe is installed. The advanced option "example" is then deleted.

 

 

 
 
 

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