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chasb73 Absent Member.
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ZAM11

All,

We are looking to install ZAM11 onto a separate server in our current setup. We have ZCM 10.3.1 running over three sites, on 2000 workstations.

What we want to use ZAM11 for is checking our hardware/software for Windows 7 compliance.

We don't have a license for ZAM currently, and want to use the evaluation copy to check the compliance...

Is this possible? Does the ZAM11 have a standalone agent separate to ZCM10 that would run alongside it for say two weeks to gather information and report back on compliance?

Thanks
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: ZAM11

Chasb73,

you'd need to run it in a separate zone, and on separate workstations -
you can't co-exist the 2 versions of the agent on the same machine

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chasb73 Absent Member.
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Re: ZAM11

Thanks for that info Shaun. In that case, is it possible to extract the asset data from ZCM10 and input it into ZAM11?
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shaunpond Absent Member.
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Re: ZAM11

Chasb73,

there's no way that I know of, I don't think it's a scenario that's
been tested. I was thinking of a proof of concept lab

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Re: ZAM11

chasb73 wrote:

> s it possible to extract the
> asset data from ZCM10 and input it into ZAM11?


you could probably use 10.3.x disaster recovery scenarios to build an isoladed
copy of our zone (new server install, db and config backups restored) and
upgrade it to 11. Just a wild guess...

What would happen if you install a new 11 reporting server into the 10.3 zone,
do your reporting and finally remove it again?

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Re: ZAM11

chasb73 wrote:

> What we want to use ZAM11 for is checking our hardware/software for
> Windows 7 compliance.


what can 11 do for you that 10.3 is not able to? Is the "Windows 7 Ready" std
report not good enough?

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