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Where is TID 7010013?

Hi folks,

I'm following along in the ZENworks 11 imaging documentation regarding PROXYDHCP, and of course, I'm building this on a SLES 11 SP2 server, and it mentions to look at the TID mentioned in the subject to resolve scripting of PROXYDHCP on startup. Well, I can't find the TID anywhere... Even Google doesn't know where it is. I'm proceeding right now based on manual usage of PROXYDHCP, but I'd like to know what my alternatives are and how this TID might help should we decide to configure this to start automatically. If anyone has any updates as to the whereabouts of this TID, I'd sincerely appreciate you letting me know.

Thanks!

Elliott

Reference: zen11_cm_preboot_imaging.pdf, page 310. Also on the web in the html version of this document.
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Re: Where is TID 7010013?

On 16/10/2012 16:46, ElliottRScott wrote:

> I'm following along in the ZENworks 11 imaging documentation regarding
> PROXYDHCP, and of course, I'm building this on a SLES 11 SP2 server, and
> it mentions to look at the TID mentioned in the subject to resolve
> scripting of PROXYDHCP on startup. Well, I can't find the TID
> anywhere... Even Google doesn't know where it is. I'm proceeding right
> now based on manual usage of PROXYDHCP, but I'd like to know what my
> alternatives are and how this TID might help should we decide to
> configure this to start automatically. If anyone has any updates as to
> the whereabouts of this TID, I'd sincerely appreciate you letting me
> know.


Hmm I found TID 7010013 by going to support.novell.com and including
just that TID number in the search box. It returned
http://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7010013

Searching Google for 'TID 7010013' also found linked to same results
page as returned by above search.

It's not a new TID so I'm not sure why you didn't find it.

> Reference: zen11_cm_preboot_imaging.pdf, page 310. Also on the web in
> the html version of this document.


FYI relevant section in HTML version is
http://www.novell.com/documentation/zenworks11/zen11_cm_preboot_imaging/data/bet6aj4.html#bru7ed0

HTH.
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Re: Where is TID 7010013?

smflood;2224273 wrote:
On 16/10/2012 16:46, ElliottRScott wrote:

> I'm following along in the ZENworks 11 imaging documentation regarding
> PROXYDHCP, and of course, I'm building this on a SLES 11 SP2 server, and
> it mentions to look at the TID mentioned in the subject to resolve
> scripting of PROXYDHCP on startup. Well, I can't find the TID
> anywhere... Even Google doesn't know where it is. I'm proceeding right
> now based on manual usage of PROXYDHCP, but I'd like to know what my
> alternatives are and how this TID might help should we decide to
> configure this to start automatically. If anyone has any updates as to
> the whereabouts of this TID, I'd sincerely appreciate you letting me
> know.


Hmm I found TID 7010013 by going to support.novell.com and including
just that TID number in the search box. It returned
Support | error running chkconfig

Searching Google for 'TID 7010013' also found linked to same results
page as returned by above search.

It's not a new TID so I'm not sure why you didn't find it.

> Reference: zen11_cm_preboot_imaging.pdf, page 310. Also on the web in
> the html version of this document.


FYI relevant section in HTML version is
Novell Doc: ZENworks 11 Preboot Services and Imaging Reference - Troubleshooting Preboot Services and Imaging Services

HTH.
--
Simon
Novell/SUSE/NetIQ Knowledge Partner

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If so, your campus could benefit from joining the Novell Technology
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That's kinda freaky... It wasn't there when I posted this... Seriously! :confused:

Thanks, Simon.

Elliott
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