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Novell Client 4.91sp3 and ZENworks 7 client install

I currently have my Novell Client installing and rebooting then once I
log into a system (fresh install of windows XP) I have a login script
that installs the ZENworks Client (Ver 7SP1). What I would like to do is
install the Novell Client then the ZENworks client and then reboot so
that the ZENwork agent can rename the PC and have it register into
ZENworks without user interaction. I can't seem to figure out how to get
this done.

Anyone doing something like this or have any ideas on how to do it? Is it
a good idea to do it?

Thanks

Rich
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Re: Novell Client 4.91sp3 and ZENworks 7 client install

The ZEN7 forums are probably a better polace to get help on this one.

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Marcel Cox
http://support.novell.com/forums
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Re: Novell Client 4.91sp3 and ZENworks 7 client install

I actually started there and waited a week and didn't get a response on
the post. So I was hoping someone here would have a better idea.

Thanks

Rich

> The ZEN7 forums are probably a better polace to get help on this one.
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> Marcel Cox
> http://support.novell.com/forums


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Re: Novell Client 4.91sp3 and ZENworks 7 client install

Well, one idea might be to create a reg file that programs the client for
an auto admin login that logs in the client after the reboot using some
special userid with a special login script. That useid could then install
the ZEN agent, reboot the machine again and then remove the auto admin
stuff from the registry at the next login.
$of course, this is just a general idea which would need to be worked out
in more details.

See the following TID on autoadminlogon:

http://www.novell.com/support/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&sliceId=&externalId=10087621

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