arlorenz Absent Member.
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Same GUID on differentr machines

Hi all,

i´m a little bit confused, because i have two different computers with Win
XP Pro SP3 (PC from FSC, Laptop from HP) which gets the same GUID. I tried
all to change it and reinstalled the ZAA a lot but nothing worked.

Can someone give me a hint what to do?

Thanks in advance

Alex

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arlorenz Absent Member.
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Antw: Same GUID on differentr machines

Nobody who knows a hint or a sloution???

Alex

>>> <Alexander.Lorenz@4plus.de> schrieb am 04.02.2009 um 15:04:

> Hi all,
>
> iẤm a little bit confused, because i have two different computers with


> Win
> XP Pro SP3 (PC from FSC, Laptop from HP) which gets the same GUID. I
> tried
> all to change it and reinstalled the ZAA a lot but nothing worked.
>
> Can someone give me a hint what to do?
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Alex

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Re: Antw: Same GUID on differentr machines

arlorenz;1731494 wrote:
Nobody who knows a hint or a sloution???

Alex

>>> <Alexander.Lorenz@4plus.de> schrieb am 04.02.2009 um 15:04:

> Hi all,
>
> iẤm a little bit confused, because i have two different computers with


> Win
> XP Pro SP3 (PC from FSC, Laptop from HP) which gets the same GUID. I
> tried
> all to change it and reinstalled the ZAA a lot but nothing worked.
>
> Can someone give me a hint what to do?
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Alex


I've followed these steps on machines that ended up with the same GUID, and had success:

from TID 7001261
For devices that are already in the bad state, try the following:
1.Run zac fsg -d
2.Run zac unr -f
3.Clear ziswin (%zenworks_home%\bin\preboot\ziswin. Choose to clear and save).
4. Delete %zenworks_home%\cache\zmd /s
5. rename %zenworks_home%\conf\initial-web-service.bak to initial-web-service
6.reboot and if necessary register with zac reg https://servername
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arlorenz Absent Member.
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Antw: Re: Same GUID on differentr machines

Hi,

it worked. My mistake was not to clear the config -data with ziswin, because
i thought it is not neccessary without using imaging.

Now the machines have different GUID´s.

Thanks a lot

Alex

>>> <tbreeden@no-mx.forums.novell.com> schrieb am 09.02.2009 um 14:56:

> arlorenz;1731494 Wrote: > Nobody who knows a hint or a sloution???
>>
>> Alex
>>
>> >>> <Alexander.Lorenz@4plus.de> schrieb am 04.02.2009 um 15:04:
>> > Hi all,
>> >
>> > iÃ‚Ì m a little bit confused, because i have two different

computers>
> with
>>
>> > Win
>> > XP Pro SP3 (PC from FSC, Laptop from HP) which gets the same GUID. I
>> > tried
>> > all to change it and reinstalled the ZAA a lot but nothing worked.
>> >
>> > Can someone give me a hint what to do?
>> >
>> > Thanks in advance
>> >
>> > Alex

>
> I've followed these steps on machines that ended up with the same
> GUID,and had success:
>
> from TID 7001261
> For devices that are already in the bad state, try the following:
> 1.Run zac fsg -d
> 2.Run zac unr -f
> 3.Clear ziswin (%zenworks_home%\bin\preboot\ziswin. Choose to clearand
> save).
> 4. Delete %zenworks_home%\cache\zmd /s
> 5. rename %zenworks_home%\conf\initial-web-service.bak

toinitial-web-service
> 6.reboot and if necessary register with zac reg https://servername--
>

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