February 18, 2008
The information in this Readme file pertains to Update for Novell® ZENworks® 10 Configuration Management (10.1.2).
The following table contains information on the documentation content changes that were made in this Readme after the initial release of Update for ZENworks 10 Configuration Management (10.1.2):
This version provides fixes to some of the issues discovered in ZENworks 10 Configuration Management (10.1), ZENworks 10 Asset Management (10.1), and ZENworks 10 Patch Management (10.1).
For instructions on downloading and installing version 10.1.2 as an update, see ZENworks System Updates in the ZENworks 10 Configuration Management Administration Reference.
For administrative tasks, see the Novell ZENworks 10 Configuration Management documentation Web site.
Some version 10.1.2 changes might have been included in the English version of the ZENworks 10 Configuration Management (10.1) guides after they were translated into other languages. We recommend that you check the English documentation for a complete list of the documentation updates. All untranslated documentation updates will be incorporated into the non-English versions of the online documentation with the next media release of ZENworks.
Some of the issues identified in the initial version of ZENworks 10 Configuration Management (10.1) have been resolved with this release. For a list of the resolved issues, see TID 7001914 in the Novell Support Knowledgebase.
Some of the issues that were discovered in the original shipping version of ZENworks 10 Configuration Management (10.1) or version 10.1.1 have not yet been resolved. For continuing issues, review:
The Readmes have been updated to indicate which issues were fixed by the version 10.1.2.
In the 10.1.2 update to Patch Management Services, the product has an additional security feature to ensure that all patch content downloaded from the Internet comes from a fully trusted source. In prior releases, only port 80 (HTTP) was required to be open to the Internet. For the 10.1.2 update, both port 80 (HTTP) and port 443 (HTTPS) must be accessible through any corporate firewall or proxy that is used to connect the ZENworks Server to the Internet.
If you experience connectivity issues after installing the 10.1.2 update, or if your server is running in an isolated network, you should turn off this feature by deselecting theoption on the > > settings page.
(Fixed in v10.1.3) If ZENworks Control Center is launched by using Mozilla* Firefox* 184.108.40.206, you encounter the following error when you try to upload the ZENworks Third-Party Imaging tools ( > > > > ):
Workaround: Launch ZENworks Control Center by using any ZENworks supported browser other than Firefox 220.127.116.11, and upload the ZENworks Third-Party Imaging tools.
For more information about the supported browsers, see the ZENworks 10 Configuration Management Installation Guide.
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