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Darrell Eddy Absent Member.
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Imaging Question

Can ZCM be used to image Linux systems if you don't have the Linux
Management component? I need to clone several Dell Precision M4400 laptops.

Darrell Eddy



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Bob-O-Rama
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Re: Imaging Question

DarrellEddy;1918243 wrote:
Can ZCM be used to image Linux systems if you don't have the Linux
Management component? I need to clone several Dell Precision M4400 laptops.


Sure thing. ( See Supported Partition Types section. ) Personally used bootiso from 10.2.2 it to manually clone the very SLED 11 system I'm typing this on. 🙂

-- Bob
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sharankh Absent Member.
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Not able to import

Hi

We have installed LDAP (eDirectory 8.8, Novell Client 4.91, Novell Console one 1.3.6h) in our testing environment which is on Window OS.

We want same data(tree) which was in testing environment to be made available to UAT environment.

Please help me in importing data form testing environment to UAT environment.


Thanks
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Bob-O-Rama
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Re: Not able to import

sharankh;1918278 wrote:
Hi

We have installed LDAP (eDirectory 8.8, Novell Client 4.91, Novell Console one 1.3.6h) in our testing environment which is on Window OS.

We want same data(tree) which was in testing environment to be made available to UAT environment.

Please help me in importing data form testing environment to UAT environment.


Thanks


Hi sharankh,

Can you please post your question to a more appropriate forum, such as one of the eDirectory Forums.

Thanks!

-- Bob
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