From evilzenscientist’s blog: “evilzenscientist :: thoughts ï¿½ ZENworks 7 imaging: “ZENworks OS imaging has always been based on the Linux kernel – it’s fast, efficient, has a great networking stack and is also extensible. None of the problems of DOS… Read More »Zenworks 7 Imaging
Just found out that there is a command – ExtendOEMPartition – in sysprep that will allow you to expand NTFS disk partitions. From the Microsoft site: Using Sysprep to Extend Disk PartitionsWhen installing Windows XP Professional, you might find it… Read More »Using Sysprep to Extend Disk Partitions
I ran across this interesting article on configuring the isolinux.cfg on ZenWorks imaging CDs to allow booting to the local hard drive after a timeout.
Very simple clear instructions for using a USB Drive with ZENworks Imaging. Worked for me, although on some machines I had to replace “MOUNT /dev/sda1 /mnt/usbhd” with “MOUNT /dev/sda4 /mnt/usbhd” or sometimes /dev/sda3.
I ran across this interesting script that checks to make sure that a Mac has been re-named after imaging, and queries for a new name if it hasn’t. Neat little tool, and I think it supplements my vb script that… Read More »Script to ensure renaming of imaged Mac