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Groups and ICM

Anyone else having trouble getting the settings to flow down when associated
to an edir group? No luck here yet, containers and users work fine.


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Container is 1st, Then groups are run, and then the user is last (which
means it is the most important). So if you have settings at all levels
make sure the one with higher priority is not wacking the previous config.

> Anyone else having trouble getting the settings to flow down when

associated
> to an edir group? No luck here yet, containers and users work fine.
>
>



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That's what I thought, (much like Zenworks). I will post an update once I
have investigated further.
Thank you.

<iprint@novell.com> wrote in message
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> Container is 1st, Then groups are run, and then the user is last (which
> means it is the most important). So if you have settings at all levels
> make sure the one with higher priority is not wacking the previous config.
>
>> Anyone else having trouble getting the settings to flow down when

> associated
>> to an edir group? No luck here yet, containers and users work fine.
>>
>>

>
>



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It is indeed working fine on a newly imaged machine, so I suspect I had some
other "issues" on the machine I was having troubles with.
Previously we have been using Zenworks for pushing out iPrint printers, some
are user packages and some are workstation packages. Are there any gotcha's
I should be aware of in terms of interactions between my old policies and
the new ICM policies? I like ICM much better and would like to eventually do
away with the other method but as you know changes are often
painful...<grin>

<iprint@novell.com> wrote in message
news:u8p8h.172$3a3.14@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Container is 1st, Then groups are run, and then the user is last (which
> means it is the most important). So if you have settings at all levels
> make sure the one with higher priority is not wacking the previous config.
>
>> Anyone else having trouble getting the settings to flow down when

> associated
>> to an edir group? No luck here yet, containers and users work fine.
>>
>>

>
>



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