The Novell Open Workgroup Suite includes the following files:
|ZENworks11SP2.iso||Full installation of ZENworks 11 SP2 or upgrading a ZENworks Configuration Management 10.3.x Primary Server to ZENworks 11 SP2. ZENworks 11 SP2 includes Asset Management, Configuration Management, Endpoint Security Management, and Patch Management|
|ZENworks11SP1_Reporting_Lin.iso||Installation of ZENworks Reporting Server - Linux version|
|ZENworks11SP1_Reporting_Win.iso||Installation of ZENworks Reporting Server - Windows version|
|Installation of ZENworks Reporting 5
|AdminStudioSE12.iso||Installation of AdminStudio 12.0 Standard Edition|
|BundleCommander-setup-1.2.13.exe||Installation of Bundle Commander 188.8.131.52 Standard Edition|
|Deployment of ZENworks Virtual Appliance 11 SP2 or upgrading ZENworks 10 Configuration Management SP3 Appliance to ZENworks Virtual Appliance 11 SP2|
|The ZENworks Application Virtualization 9.0 product is packaged for download as ZAV-9.0-Studio.zip and ZAV-9.0-Streaming.zip.
The ZAV-9.0-Studio.zip file includes the following item:
|ZENworksDiagnosticCenter.zip||ZENworks Diagnostic Center tool|
|zlmmigration.zip||ZENworks Linux Management to ZENworks Configuration Management Migration tool|
|ZAMmigration.exe||ZENworks Asset Management Migration tool|
|ZENmigration.exe||ZENworks Desktop Management to ZENworks Configuration Management Migration tool|
During installation, you are asked for a license code to activate the software. If you do not have a license code, you can activate the software in the evaluation mode. The evaluation mode lasts 60 days, after which you must either discontinue the use of the product or provide a valid license code. No reinstallation of the software is required when you move from an evaluation license to a full license.
Patch Management is activated for patch downloads only if you provide the patch subscription license key, which you must purchase independently. You can provide the subscription license key during the installation or later through ZENworks Control Center. To purchase a subscription license, see the Novell ZENworks Patch Management product Web site.
ZENworks Application Virtualization (the "application packager") can be used for a 60-day evaluation period. The interface clearly indicates when the product is running in the evaluation (unlicensed) mode. When you purchase the product, Novell or a certified Novell partner sends you a link to a license file for the application packager. If you have not already done so, install the application packager. Download the license from your Novell Customer Center account to an accessible location, then follow these steps:
The product download, ZAV-9.0-Streaming.zip, bundles the files for the Spoon Standalone server and command line utilities for streaming applications. For complete instructions on installing, licensing, and using the Spoon Standalone server and SpoonPlay, see the ZENworks Application Virtualization Integration and Streaming Guide
To download any of the files except for the ZENworks Virtual Appliance image:
To download the ZENworks Virtual Appliance image:
1. Do one of the following to download the ZENworks Virtual Appliance files to a temporary directory on your device:
2. Import the ZENworks Virtual Appliance OVA file, then deploy it to a virtual infrastructure.
For detailed information on how to deploy the ZENworks Virtual Appliance, see the ZENworks Virtual Appliance Deployment and Administration Reference at the ZENworks 11 SP2 documentation Web site.
For the complete ZENworks 11 SP2 installation and upgrade instructions, see the ZENworks 11 SP2 documentation Web site. For complete instructions on installing, licensing, and using the Spoon Standalone server and SpoonPlay, see the ZENworks Application Virtualization Integration and Streaming Guide.
For a list of known issues in these products, see the ZENworks 11 SP2 Readme.
For a list of known issues in the ZENworks Reporting 5 product, see the ZENworks Reporting 5 Readme.
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