Organisator GUID Copy
Novell Cool Solutions: Trench
By Nicolai Jensen
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Posted: 24 Sep 2001
Versions: ZENworks for Desktops 2.0, 3.0
The purpose of this program is to do 'mass guid sync' on application objects in a NDS tree. It can be used to back up 'master' guids to a file as well.
This program can generate a list of Applications and their GUIDs and place the list in an *.ogc file (which is in fact just an ini file). Just select the starting container, and then select the apps you want to go into the ogc file.
An ogc file looks like this :
Next select the point in the tree from where you want to copy the guids.
The program will find (hopefully) every instance of the applications mentioned in the ogc file, and sync the guids according to the information therein.You must set the tree you want to work on to 'current tree' before you launch the program. Next release will be able to change
- Novell Controls for ActiveX
(Can be downloaded from http://developer.novell.com/ndk REMEMBER TO REGISTER THE CONTROLS!
- The latest Novell Client
This program has been tested with ZfD 2.0 & ZfD 3.0.
This program is e-mail ware: you MUST send the author an e-mail if you use it. email@example.com You may copy and use the program as you like, provided you do not charge any fees for it, and provided this readme file accompanies the exe file.
Probably. Please tell me if you find any!
Organisator a/s, makes no warranties with respect to this software, and specifically disclaims any express or implied warranties of merchantability, title, or fitness for a particular purpose.
Organisator a/s is under no circumstances responsible for what this program does at all.
Organisator a/s strongly recommends a backup be made before this software is installed or used.
Support of this program may be available at the discretion of organisator a/s.
Copyright (C) 2001 Organisator a/s, All rights reserved.
If you have any questions you may contact Nicolai at firstname.lastname@example.org
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