wyldkao Absent Member.
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Does local product need [System Update Entitlement] ?

Hi All
I testing ZCM11.3 in my lab and I try to perform online update check..it show I had no [system update entitlement] configured.So I use inport to import sep PRU. it seem import well
But I create 2 local products and try to [update knowledgebase with Local Product Changes]...it seem update well, but try to manual running inventory scan some times...I still not seem local product in workstation's inventory report.

Whether local product import to inventory knowledgebase need update license to work or not?

thanks!!


wyldkao
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: Does local product need [System Update Entitlement] ?

Wyldkao,

as long as your zone is licensed, then you can download and import
updates and PRUs and they should work just the same

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wyldkao Absent Member.
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Re: Does local product need [System Update Entitlement] ?

HI Shaun
My ZCm11 use partner license , I had type ZCM/ZESM/ZAM but I find partner license seem no ZCM system update entitlement active code in partnernet.
so my zcm server could not direct online download patch or PRU.

wyldkao
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: Does local product need [System Update Entitlement] ?

Wyldkao,

just get the zip files from the download site and import them - there's
zero difference... no I am wrong, I think downloading the zip file is
*better* because you can use a download accelerator (I use Free
Download Manager) to get it quicker, and you and check the MD5 sum
before starting the import.

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wyldkao Absent Member.
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Re: Does local product need [System Update Entitlement] ?

HI Shaun
I indeed use manual download zip file and use zman inport this file...it could import and I check the status is "baseline".
so it should be work fine.
but I perform local product function....it has no response...because I have no updat active code...so I oculd not verify the answer.

wyldkao
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: Does local product need [System Update Entitlement] ?

Wyldkao,

you do not need an update code to make that work. If it says baselined
that means that ZCM thinks that every device in your zone is either
already using that version, or has been marked as ignore, in the
upgrade process. It has nothing to do with having an update code.

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wyldkao Absent Member.
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Re: Does local product need [System Update Entitlement] ?

HI Shaun
Thanks fo this information...and I want to ask...I create a Local Product and merge to knowledge not need active code, right ?

wyldkao
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: Does local product need [System Update Entitlement] ?

Wyldkao,

correct. so if ti's not working, there's a different explanation 🙂

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Shaun Pond
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wyldkao Absent Member.
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Re: Does local product need [System Update Entitlement] ?

HI Shaun
Thanks!!! I have verify again as you explianation


thanks!!

wyldkao
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: Does local product need [System Update Entitlement] ?

Wyldkao,

you're welcome

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