The Action - Copy Directory dialog box lets you specify the directory to be copied and its destination directory. You can also specify the executable security level and the specific requirements that a device must meet for the action to be executed on the device.
NOTE:Copying a file or directory copies the file or directory from one location to another without uploading the files into the ZENworks content repository. Copying a file or directory is described as copying without using content. When copying a file or directory, the managed device performs the copy operation and must be able to resolve both the source and destination paths. Also, when copying a file or directory, the file or directory is not cached on the managed device.
Installing a file or directory uploads the file or directory to the ZENworks content repository before it is distributed to assigned devices. Installing a file or directory is described as copying using content. When installing a file or directory, the file or directory is cached on the managed device.
Installing an executable file does not launch or execute the file. To launch or execute the file, you must add a launch executable action (Launch Windows Executable, Launch Java Application, and so forth) to the bundle.
The General page lets you specify the source directory, destination directory, copy option, and the executable security level. For more information, see Copy Directory Action - General.
The Requirements page lets you define specific requirements that a device must meet for the action to be enforced on it. For information about the requirements, see Requirements.
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