Although ZENworks Imaging Explorer looks and functions like Linux Konquerer in most situations, some functionality differences exist between the two programs. The following describes the key differences between ZENworks Image Explorer and Linux Konquerer:
Replacing Files in an Image: During the life cycle of an image, files might be deleted or updated through Image Explorer. When you replace an existing file in an image by using Image Explorer, the original file is not deleted from the image. Image Explorer purges only deleted files; it does not purge files that have been updated.
When files are added to an image where the file already exists, Image Explorer appends the entry to the end of the image. When images are restored, all files that have been previously updated are sequentially restored.
To avoid performance problems, you should manually delete and purge each instance of a duplicate file in order to have the duplicates purged from the image. In Linux Konquerer, replaced files are automatically deleted.
Dragging Files from Image Explorer: You cannot drag files from Image Explorer in order to extract them, which you can do in Linux Konquerer. However, you can drag and drop files and folders into an image by using Image Explorer.