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Quick tool to install the bootcd.iso (ZENworks 11.1), using UNetbootin, onto a USB Pen Drive.
As a network administrator, have you ever pondered how nice your job would be if it weren't for those pesky users in your network? I'm sure many administrators and engineers have dreamed, at least now and then, about how smoothly they could have their networks running if there were no users to mess things up.
A network without users, a school without students, or a hospital without patients ...
No CD drive? ILO taking too long to boot? Use the following solution to create a bootable USB drive with the PlateSpin Physical take control CD image.
Late last year the U.S. Department of Defense banned USB drives and other removable media after after a worm infiltrated military networks. The decision highlights a recent increase in malicious code affecting flash media cards, USB sticks, camera's, iPods and more.
Submitted by: fhamilton on Mon. 01.19.2009
Filed Under: ZENworks Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, End-User Computing
Topic: Anti-Spam, Anti-Virus, Asset Management, Best Practices, Configuration, Enterprise Desktop, Patch Management, Regulatory Compliance, Remote Access, Roaming Profiles, Secure Access, Security, USB Drive, User Management, VPN (Virtual Private Network), WebAccess
Product: ZENworks, ZENworks Asset Management, ZENworks Configuration Management, ZENworks Endpoint Security Management
rjdunn describes two methods you can use to create a bootable external USB Linux hard drive (without dual-boot).
Submitted by: rjdunn on Fri. 04.25.2008
Filed Under: SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: USB Drive
Product: Open Enterprise Server, Open Workgroup Suite, openSUSE, SUSE Linux, SUSE Linux 10.0, SUSE Linux Desktop, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server