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Linux system administrators frequently find they need to log into many servers to manage all the services they provide. Keeping up with updates across all these machines can be challenging, with few reporting solutions offering the ability to install the patches as well. ZENworks Configuration Management with Patch Management can do this for you. In this article I'll show you how to remotely (or locally through the command line) install the ZENworks Adaptive Agent so you can take advantage of these benefits.
Coming off our 10th annual ATT Live, I wanted to share an event review for this year's conference that was held in Las Vegas, May 15th through the 18th.
If you have not had the opportunity to attend ATT Live in the past 10 years then you may not know much about the event. In a nutshell, Training Services has made this the premier technical conference of the year for our customers and partners.
Take a look at what attendees had to say about the event.
Submitted by: jmcmurdie on Thu. 05.24.2012
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, ZENworks Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Vibe Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Data Synchronizer Cool Solutions
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Jason Blackett showed you how to package the ZENworks Adaptive Agent for OS X. This tool makes that process even easier.
OS X's icons are pleasing to the eye. It's a pity that ZENworks doesn't understand their format. But with just a few clicks of the mouse, you can convert the icons for your favorite OS X apps to formats that ZEN understands.
We finally have ZENworks on the Mac, but where is NAL?
Did you install the ZENworks 11.2 agent on a Macintosh only to discover that your local administrative user had no rights to it? I've got a script for that ...