subscribe command is used to create a subscription to a workspace.
Usage: subscribe <options> <workspace> <options> available: --all-users Applies the configuration settings to all users --format=VALUE Use the specified format for output. Supported values: json --no-pull Subscribes without pulling images --pull Pulls images for subscription --register Registers applications after subscribing --update-interval=VALUE The number of minutes between subscription update checks. Set to 0 to disable. --wait-after-error Leave process open after error --wait-after-exit Leave process open after it exits
Subscribing to a workspace automatically downloads and updates the workspace's applications. The end user can run the command
turbo subscription register <subscription> to a subscription to add shell integrations to the desktop. The
subscription register command is equivalant to the
installi command for each application, and can be viewed via the
installed command. This allows the installed application to run with the workspace application settings. The application images and configuration settings are updated by the update task.
A subscription will periodically update the install to the latest workspace application configuration, and the local image to the specified revision. The update is done by registering a Windows Task that runs the
subscription update command once a day at 12:00 AM. change the frequency of the update task using the built in Windows Task Scheduler, or by using the
--update-interval flag. The task will be under the turbo-net folder.
subscription command to control the subscription. To view all subscriptions use the
subscriptions command. To remove the subscription use the
Subscribe All Users
--all-users is specified, the subscription will be installed for all users on the machine. This command requires Administrator privileges and that the Turbo client is installed for all users. See the install options for the Turbo installer for more information on how to install for all users.
Subscribing to a channel creates a Windows task that executes a daily update of the subscription. To avoid automatic updates,
subscribe with the
--update-interval set to 0. You may also use the
subscription suspend command or the scheduled task can be disabled or modified to suit the desired update process.