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Zenworks 7 Multicasting

Zenworks 7 Multicasting

Zenworks 7 Multicasting

Im new to zenworks, here is my question.

I have added workstations that have been imported into a workstation group. How would I go about having just the computers that I have specified in this group image when I want them to. I dont wish to setup any rules.

RE: Zenworks 7 Multicasting

you need to first create an image object.  

Do not recall an ability to assign an image to a Workstation Group Object.  You would assign it to each individual workstation.  And it would not be multicast, it would be unicast.  If you want to do a multi cast from NDS, your doing rules.  Other ways of multi cast can be setup at the server console, the your image engine will pretty much be a manual load at the PC.  Just setup the multicast to start after X amount of PC's join the session.

Brent Schmidt        Certified nut case   
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