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ZCM Migration

Two questions

1. Will ZCM 10 remote mange Windows 7 workstations ?
2. Currently running ZFD 4.1 SP7 on Netware 6.5SP7. I realise ZCM 10 has to
be installed on a Windows Server, what will be migration path from my current environment to ZCM (what is current versio ?) to enable remote management of my Win XP/Windows 7 wkstns. Any docs available ?
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Re: ZCM Migration

ZCM is currently: Version 10 Support Pack 2 Update 1 (10.2.1)
ZCM10.2.1 supports Vista.
Support for Windows 7 will be coming out in an upcoming update.
Novell is currently testing all of ZCM's features against Windows 7,
correcting issues found, and repeating the cycle.
Adding Support for Windows 7 is one of Novell's current top priorities, but
until they complete their current testing cycle no official date can be
given.

However, "Experimental" support for Windows 7 does exist for ZCM 10.2.1 and
many features will work just fine, just not everything at this point.


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> Two questions
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> 1. Will ZCM 10 remote mange Windows 7 workstations ?
> 2. Currently running ZFD 4.1 SP7 on Netware 6.5SP7. I realise ZCM 10
> has to
> be installed on a Windows Server, what will be migration path from my
> current environment to ZCM (what is current versio ?) to enable remote
> management of my Win XP/Windows 7 wkstns. Any docs available ?
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