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Re: Client installation

On Fri, 02 Sep 2005 15:49:59 GMT, Dave Widdifield wrote:

> Is this true and if so how is it done?


it will be done by rpc calls via the admin share..

so you will need to know the local admin account incl. password..

I guess NAL would be a lot nicer...
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Re: Client installation

Thanks Marcus. I figured as much after I did some more research. We will rely on Zen and login scripts. For the most part we have removed all references to the Windows client on our desktops.

Dave

>>> Marcus Breiden<zenworks@edu--magic.net> 9/5/2005 7:44:15 AM >>>


On Fri, 02 Sep 2005 15:49:59 GMT, Dave Widdifield wrote:

> Is this true and if so how is it done?


it will be done by rpc calls via the admin share..

so you will need to know the local admin account incl. password..

I guess NAL would be a lot nicer...
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Re: Client installation

On Tue, 06 Sep 2005 21:37:26 GMT, Dave Widdifield wrote:

> Thanks Marcus.


you are welcome
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