Configure the location of the AutoYaST script file, and the settings required to acess the file. You can either specify the script location or browse for and select the script.
Configure the following settings required to access the script:
Protocol: Select the protocol to be used to access the AutoYaST script. The available protocols are, , , , or .
If you select the TFTP protocol, you must manually copy the AutoYaST XML file that you specify on this wizard page to the TFTP server.
If you select the FILE protocol, you must manually copy the AutoYaST XML file that you specify on this wizard page in to the initial RAM drive file that you specified on the Set AutoInstall Attributes wizard page before executing the AutoYaST bundle.
For more information on how to copy the file in to the initial RAM drive file, see the Novell ZENworks 11 Preboot Services and Imaging Reference.
IP Address / DNS Name: Specify the IP address or DNS name of the device containing the AutoYaST script.
Script Name and Path (Relative to Protocol Default Directory): Specify the AutoYaST XML filename and its complete path. The path should be relative to the home directory of the selected protocol daemon.
For example, if you specify HTTP as the protocol, myserver.provo.novell.com as the DNS name, and /scripts/autoyast.xml as the path and filename, the URL to the installation directory is:
In this example, /scripts/autoyast.xml is relative to the protocol and server ID.
To browse for the AutoYaST XML file, and upload it to the Imaging server:
Click to display the Upload File dialog box.
Clickto browse for and select the AutoYaST XML file.
When you are prompted to upload the XML file to the Imaging Server, click.
Thefield displays the upload status.
(Optional) Modify the XML file content.
The content of the XML file is displayed in the Edit AutoYaST XML File dialog box.
Edit the script content, then click.
You can also specify ZENworks system variables in the script. For more information about ZENworks system variables, see the Novell ZENworks 11 System Administration Reference.
(Optional) If you want to reuse these settings to create another Auto YaST bundle, you can save settings in an XML file.
The Export XML dialog box is displayed.
If the script contains any zenworks variables, choose how you want the variables to be resolved while exporting the script to an XML file.
The following options are available:
Do not resolve the variables.
Resolve the variables at the Bundle and Zone level: Resolves the system variables that are defined at the bundle and zone level.
Resolve variables with respect to bundle and device: Resolve the system variables that are defined at the bundle and device level.
(Conditional) If you choose to resolve the variables at the bundle and device level, click to browse for and select the device on which the variables have been defined.
Save or view the XML file.
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