This Cool Solution helps you to deploy the ZENworks Adaptive Agent to the Embedded XP devices that do not have cacls.exe installed as a part of the Operating System utilities.
The cacls.exe file is a Windows Operating system utility that displays or modifies the access control list (ACL) of files and folders. The ZENworks Configuration Management Deployment utility internally uses the cacls.exe for modifying the ACL of the folders and files that are used by the ZENworks Adaptive Agent for management.
If an Embedded XP device does not have the cacls.exe installed as a part of the Operating System utilities, you can still deploy the agent along with the cacls.exe to that Embedded XP device by configuring the Pre/Post Deployment page during the ZENworks Configuration Management Deploy Device Wizard.
The Pre/Post Deployment page allows you to specify commands that you want to run before and after the Adaptive Agent is installed on a device. You can upload the cacls.exe to the ZENworks Server and copy it to the target device during deployment task. The commands are passed to the preagent as part of the deployment task package.
The deployment task is added to the list in the Deployment Tasks panel. You can use the panel to manage current tasks and create new tasks for deploying the ZENworks Adaptive Agent to devices. After the task is finished, the cacls.exe is copied to the target device.
For more information, see the ZENworks 10 Configuration Management Discovery, Deployment, and Retirement Reference (http://www.novell.com/documentation/zcm10/zcm10_discovery_deployment/data/batayeu.html).