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What about the "Determine force run order"?

Hi

In ZENworks 7 there was this point: "Determine force run order". Is there another way to do this in 11? I really need this when I restore a image etc.
My problem is that the installations fail, since there can only run one installation at a time. So right no I have to reboot the computer 3-4 times before all my bundles are forced onto it. This could also be some misconfiguration in the way the bundles are assigned; all the bundles (13) is assigned to run on "User login" and "Install Immediately after Distribution", but only 1 or maby 2 bundles are applied on first login :confused:

Anyone? 😉

Thanks

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Re: What about the "Determine force run order"?

The best way to do this would be to Create a Single Force Run Bundle
that then calls all the other bundles in the desired order.


On 7/5/2011 6:06 AM, nop1983 wrote:
>
> Hi
>
> In ZENworks 7 there was this point: "Determine force run order". Is
> there another way to do this in 11? I really need this when I restore a
> image etc.
> My problem is that the installations fail, since there can only run one
> installation at a time. So right no I have to reboot the computer 3-4
> times before all my bundles are forced onto it. This could also be some
> misconfiguration in the way the bundles are assigned; all the bundles
> (13) is assigned to run on "User login" and "Install Immediately after
> Distribution", but only 1 or maby 2 bundles are applied on first login
> :confused:
>
> Anyone? 😉
>
> Thanks
>
>



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Re: What about the "Determine force run order"?

Okay, I'll try that 😉

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nop19832 Absent Member.
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Re: What about the "Determine force run order"?

It works great, stil some things you gonna get used to when you go from 7 to 11 😉


craig_wilson;2119178 wrote:
The best way to do this would be to Create a Single Force Run Bundle
that then calls all the other bundles in the desired order.
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Novell Knowledge Partner

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Suggestions/Opinions/Statements made by me are solely my own.
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