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Place image on other server ?

Place image on other server ?

Place image on other server ?

(OP)
Hello everyone

I have one server with nw6.5sp5 and zfd7sp1 and one server which only has nw6.5sp5:
Is it possible to place a zen image on the server which hasn´t got zenworks installed and then use this image when shooting out images with pxe ?

/Dan

RE: Place image on other server ?

Yes, this is possible.  For it to work you will need to grant the server hosting the image server process right to the volume the image will be located.

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RE: Place image on other server ?

(OP)
I added the server hosting the image server as a trustee on the volume where the image is located, this didn´t work. How do you mean I should grant "process rights" for the server on the volume ?

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