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Remote workstation management

Remote workstation management

Remote workstation management

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We are working in a multi server Novell environment.  We have an immediate need to manage individual workstations through Zen.  We want to view what the usere is doing and start recording violations to our authorized use policy.  

All workstations are Windows 95, or 98.  We are using the most recent Novell Client with the following options:

Workstation Manager
Distributed Printing Services
SNMP Agent
Host Resource MIB
and Management Responder.  

We cannot remote control these workstations.  Is there some way that I have to go out and re-register them in Zen?  If so can someone give me some directions to get me started.  Thanks.  

RE: Remote workstation management

Have the workstations been registered/imported into NDS?  (Right-click on the OU, select the Workstation Registration menu on the right).

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