The ZENworks Bundle Publishing options let you create a ZENworks Configuration Management bundle that contains the virtualized application and publish the bundle to your ZENworks system.
Software is distributed by ZENworks Configuration Management through the use of bundles. A bundle consists of all the files, configuration settings, installation instructions, and so forth required to deploy and manage the application or files on a device.
While configuring the virtual application, click thebutton on the left side of the ZENworks Application Virtualization console to display the ZENworks Bundle Publishing settings.
Fill in the fields:
Project Type: Selector . The MSI or Executable must be built before publication.
Zone: Click, specify the ZENworks Server Address, click , log in to the ZENworks Server with the appropriate Username and Password, then click .
The Management Zone is the management domain that includes the ZENworks Primary Servers and managed devices in your ZENworks system.
Bundle Name: Specify a name for the bundle.
Bundle Folder: Specify the name of the ZENworks Control Center folder where you want the bundle to reside.
A folder is an organizational object. Folders are used to structure bundles and bundle groups into a manageable hierarchy for the ZENworks system.
Install Path: Specify the installation path that you want to use for the application on managed devices.
Account: Specify the ZENworks Configuration Management administrator username and password.
(Optional) Select theoption to avoid being prompted to specify the administrator username and password in the future.
IMPORTANT:This is a potential security risk because the ZENworks credentials are stored in the .xappl configuration file as plain text.
(Optional) Select theoption to automatically create the ZENworks bundle after it is built.
(Conditional) Select the Step 2.option to automatically publish the bundle to the folder you specified in
Click Step 2.to publish the bundle to the folder you specified in
(Conditional) If you selected theoption, continue with the steps for configuring the virtual application: