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ENGL ZisdCtrl 3.0 – ZENworks Image-safe Data ActiveX Control

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February 19, 2004 12:00 am

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Here’s a nice freebie from our partners at ENGL. It is an ActiveX control that allows administrators to write simple scripts to read and write to the ZENworks Image-Safe Data area.

License: FreeWare
Download 1: zisdctrl-2.0.0.4.zip
Home page: http://www.engl.co.uk/products/zisdctrl
Publisher: ENGL
E-mail: info@TAKETHISOUTengl.co.uk

Requirements

  • ZENworks 7 Desktop Management SP1
  • ZENworks 7 Desktop Management
  • ZENworks 6.5 Desktop Management
  • ZENworks for Desktops 4.0.1 (ZENworks 6)
  • Windows 2000 Professional SP4
  • Windows XP Professional SP2

Details

ZisdCtrl is an ActiveX control that can read and remove values stored
in the ZENworks Image-safe Data (ZISD). Using the ActiveX control, the
ZISD can be easily manipulated using a few lines VBScript.

New in ZisdCtrl 3.0 is support for ZENworks 7 SP1 and the following
attributes:

  • DHCPFlag
  • DNSHostname
  • DNSServerCount
  • DNSServer[1..32]
  • DNSSuffix
  • ObjectDN
  • DN
  • EnterpriseName
  • Gateway
  • IP
  • JustImaged
  • LastBaseImage
  • LastBaseImageAddr
  • LastBaseImageSize
  • LastBaseImageTime
  • NetBiosName
  • ScriptedImage
  • SID
  • Subnet
  • Mask
  • Tree
  • Workgroup
  • WorkstationID

Change Log

ZisdCtrl 3.0 (August 8, 2006)

  • Added: ZENworks 7 SP1 support
  • Added: More attributes (see above list of valid attributes).

ZisdCtrl 2.0 (January 26, 2006)

  • Added: ZENworks 7 support
  • Added: ZENworks 6.5 support
  • Added: Read of attributes LastBaseImageTime & LastBaseImageSize

ZisdCtrl 1.0 (February 19, 2004)

  • Added: get()
  • Added: remove()
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