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Can Application Object assignment be based on MAC address?

Can Application Object assignment be based on MAC address?

Can Application Object assignment be based on MAC address?

(OP)
With NAL, the only way to assign an Application Object was to the user object.
Does ZENWorks now support applications appearing in NAL based on the MAC address of the pc, and or the User ID.?

RE: Can Application Object assignment be based on MAC address?

Not that I know of but maybe in version 2 they will support this.

Kevin Sarkisian
CTG
Kevin.Sarkisian@ctg.com

RE: Can Application Object assignment be based on MAC address?

Not that I know of but maybe in version 2 they will support this.

Kevin Sarkisian
CTG
Kevin.Sarkisian@ctg.com

RE: Can Application Object assignment be based on MAC address?

In ZEN 1.0 or 1.1 you can only associate application objects with a user, group or OU. It does not have the ability to assign an object to a MAC address. I'm not aware that K2, the next version of ZEN 2.0 and Managewise 3.0 combined, will have it or not.

RE: Can Application Object assignment be based on MAC address?

Zenworks 2.0 has the ability to distribute
application not just to users a.s.o but also
to selected worksstations (e..g MAC-address!)

Regards: Mike

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