Here’s an example of a bash script that enables all active directories in an AWS account for use with Amazon WorkSpaces using the AWS CLI:
#!/bin/bash # Set the AWS CLI region aws configure set default.region us-west-2 # Get a list of all the active directories in the AWS account active_directories=$(aws ds list-directories --query 'DirectoryDescriptions.DirectoryId' --output text) # Loop through the list of active directories for directory in $active_directories; do # Enable the directory for use with Amazon WorkSpaces aws workspaces enable-workspace-directory --directory-id $directory # Confirm that the directory has been enabled enabled_directories=$(aws workspaces describe-workspace-directories --directory-ids $directory --query 'Directories.DirectoryId' --output text) if [ $enabled_directories == $directory ]; then echo "Success: Directory $directory has been enabled for use with Amazon WorkSpaces." else echo "Error: Directory $directory could not be enabled for use with Amazon WorkSpaces." fi done
In this example, the AWS CLI is used to retrieve a list of all the active directories in the AWS account, and the bash script loops through that list, enabling each directory for use with Amazon WorkSpaces. The script then confirms that each directory has been successfully enabled by checking the list of enabled directories. If a directory has been successfully enabled, the script will print a success message, and if not, it will print an error message.
This script enables all the active directories in the AWS account for use with Amazon WorkSpaces. You can modify this script to fit your specific needs, such as filtering the list of active directories based on certain criteria.
register-workspace-directory command is used to register a directory in Amazon WorkSpaces, which enables you to use Amazon WorkSpaces with your existing directory.
Here’s an example of how you can use the
register-workspace-directory command in the AWS CLI:
aws workspaces register-workspace-directory --directory-id d-1234567890 --subnet-ids subnet-1234567890 subnet-2345678901 --enable-work-docs true --enable-self-service true
In this example,
d-1234567890 is the ID of the directory you want to register,
subnet-2345678901 are the IDs of the subnets in which to launch Amazon WorkSpaces,
--enable-work-docs true enables Amazon WorkDocs for the directory, and
--enable-self-service true enables self-service capabilities for your users.
You can also specify other optional parameters when using the
register-workspace-directory command, such as the default organizational unit (OU) for your WorkSpaces and the default security group for your WorkSpaces. You can find more information on these parameters and the
register-workspace-directory command in the Amazon WorkSpaces documentation.