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Schedule Wake on Lan

Schedule Wake on Lan

Schedule Wake on Lan

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Im just curious does Zenworks 7 have the ability to schedule WOL? I seen the utility you can buy called ENGL Zwake 2.5. Are there any other utilities out there that can do this?  Id like to be able to have my computers scheduled to come on at certain times in the night to receive updates and then turn off when there done receiving the updates.

RE: Schedule Wake on Lan

I use ZEN 6.5 and there is a WOL scheduler, but I've never been able to get it to work.  If anyone can provide some insight I'd greatly appreciate it also.

RE: Schedule Wake on Lan

Zwake is intended for ZfD 2 & 3 when there was not WoL scheduler included with ZfD.  It may also make life easier with the 4, 6, 6.5 and 7 product as well, haven't used it my self so not sure.

Here's a link on how to setup the WoL schedule in ZfD 4 - 7.  It can be confusing, just remember, it's two policies that get configured to make this work


http://www.novell.com/documentation/zenworks65/dmadmin/data/brfvl0h.html#brhik1i

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