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This 20 minute video covers software license management using Altiris Inventory and Software Delivery Solutions. It shows you how to configure your collections, packages and tasks. It also shows you how you can use the ACST tool already ...
Video by Screenbert | 09 Jul 2008 | 3 comments
In the previous two articles, we discovered how to build collections to scope software deployment using information scavenged from your hardware inventory scans. In order to reduce the number of collections required for each scoped ...
Article by ianatkin | 08 Jul 2008 | 6 comments
You can manually delete temporary files and folders from the following locations: [C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Local Settings\Temp] [C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files] You can ignore ...
Blog Entry by Eshwar | 07 Jul 2008 | 14 comments
NOTE: If you have not read parts 1 through 3 , please read these before reading this part as this is a continuation of the story begun in the previous sections. Security is only as tight as the weakest link in your environment. More often than ...
Article by Joel Smith | 03 Jul 2008 | 0 comments
How does Notification Server know what systems to assign a Task to? How does the Notification Server know what Program, and thus command-line, should be executed within a Task? Furthermore, how does it know what Package is associated with the Task? These ...
Article by Joel Smith | 02 Jul 2008 | 3 comments
Creating collections for your software deployment can be a bewildering task for those new to the Altiris suites. In this series of articles, Ian Atkin provides some tips on how to target your software delivery process, restricting ...
Article by ianatkin | 01 Jul 2008 | 3 comments
A few months ago, I wrote a Juice article 'Building Better Collections for Software Delivery' . In that article, we covered how you can scope your software deployments so that you only push software to the machines which ...
Article by ianatkin | 26 Jun 2008 | 10 comments
There are a few ways to have a batch script wait for a number of seconds. The simplest and most widely available without any additional programs is to use the ping command. The following is is an example... PING! ECHO Waiting 5 ...
Blog Entry by CondorMan | 26 Jun 2008 | 4 comments
OSQL is a flexible command-line utility that allows you to run SQL Queries, Commands, and Stored Procedures from the command-line or through a Batch script. In order to run OSQL, you can either run it on your SQL Server or copy OSQL.EXE ...
Blog Entry by CondorMan | 25 Jun 2008 | 0 comments
Many applications require a database backend. If you wish to install one of these applications using NSIS, you will need a way to run a .SQL file as part of the install. This article will explain how to configure your NSIS script to run a ...
Article by CondorMan | 25 Jun 2008 | 0 comments