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2 versions of Zenworks

2 versions of Zenworks

2 versions of Zenworks

I recently joined a new company.  Currently they are running Zenworks for Desktops 3.0.2.  We are preparing to upgrade to Windows XP (from 2k) and we are going to upgrade Zenworks to 7.0 SP1 for Desktops.  Before she left for vacation, my new boss asked me to load Zenworks for Desktops onto the new server.

Will this cause problems with the 3.0.2 version that is already in use?

RE: 2 versions of Zenworks

Well You´re in to some hassle. I am in the same process. We have four NW 5.1 servers with ZEN 3.2 sp2 and are going to uppgrade to NW6.5 OES with ZEN 7. May I suggest this link for some compatibility reading: http://www.novell.com/documentation/zenworks65/index.html?page=/documentation/zenworks65/dminstall/data/btsosed.html
As far as I am along with it you should start witht an uppgrade of the root masters OS then uppgrade the rest of the servers and then ZENWorks. Maybee someone else has more and better ideas?

/Anders Lennqvist
IT Manager (CNE, MCNE, CNI)

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