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Updated: The ZENworks Configuration Management (ZCM) Log Parser was featured in the Advanced Server Performance Troubleshooting session at BrainShare 2011.
The purpose of the log parser is to be able to quickly get a high level view of the activity on the primary servers. It's useful in spotting trends, times of high utilization, response time changes, etc. This tool can facilitate baselining an environment in a "normal load" situation for comparison in case of performance issues in the zone later on.
This small tool will give you the following advantages:
- No need to unregister from the zone, before resealing the workstation.
- No more messing around with various ZAC commands.
- Your workstations will always have the latest version of the agent, that your infrastructure supports, when reinstalled.
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Submitted by: lpitt on Fri. 09.09.2011
Filed Under: ZENworks Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers
Product: ZENworks Application Virtualization, ZENworks Asset Management, ZENworks Configuration Management, ZENworks Endpoint Security Management, ZENworks for Desktops, ZENworks for Servers, ZENworks Handheld Management
The Novell Technical Training webinar for the month of July was held today. The three sessions were recorded for you to view at your convenience. To access the recordings visit the links below:
Submitted by: GroupLink1 on Thu. 07.21.2011
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, ZENworks Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, File Management Suite
Topic: Document Management, File Management, Identity & Security Management, Identity Management, Secure Identity, Training, User Management, ZENworks
Product: File Management Suite, File System Factory, Identity Manager, Secure Identity Management, Security Manager, ZENworks Endpoint Security Management
In ZCM when specifying a "Launch Executable" action you can specify success return codes. These are codes that an executable (i.e. notepad.exe) will return when the executable is finished.
This is all great except that it can be difficult knowing what return code was returned. This executable will report the return code so that you can easily add the value to the "Success Return Code" values.
This is a very simple executable that will run on any OS. Using it is as simple as launchReturnCode.exe notepad.exe.
lxzndr shares a tip on how to shutdown (reboot) a Windows workstation only if a user is not logged in.