To assign a subset of Locations to a managed device or device folder:
Log into ZENworks Control Center and create a few Locations. For more information see, Section 5.0, Creating and Managing Locations.
In the left pane of ZENworks Control Center, click.
In thepage, click the option against either or .
NOTE:Unless and until configured, thetab will show the current set to the Zone, which means that all the locations configured in the Zone will be available to the device or the device contained in the folder, as the case may be.
indicates the locations inherited by the managed device or the managed device folder. By default, this value is set to Zone or to the parent folder. This indicates that all the locations configured in the Management Zone or assigned to the parent folder are available to the managed device or to the managed device folder.
Clickand then configure the assignment using either of the following options:
Assign all Locations: Makes all the locations configured in the Management Zone available to the managed device or to the managed device folder.
Assign all Locations and Network Environments: Enables you to select a subset of locations to be available to the managed device or to the managed device folder.Assign the following Locations and their Network Environments:
NOTE:enables you to clear the last location assignment and create a new assignment
Refresh the target device(s) after few minutes.The managed device receives configuration data pertaining to the assigned locations.
Be aware of the following considerations as you create assignments:
is listed by default and cannot be removed from the list.
The order of locations cannot be changed. The order defined at the Zone level takes effect in all assignments.
This assignment is not effective on versions of ZENworks agents prior to ZENworks 11 SP2. Those agents continue to receive configuration data pertaining to all locations defined in the Zone.
To assign locations to a device or a device folder, the administrator must have the Assign Locations rights in the Device Rights category.