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If you've ever mixed the NS Agent and Unix, you know the two have to be convinced to work together. But once you have them working in harmony, they're an amazing team. This guide was written to take some of the guesswork out of ...
Article by dougj | 02 Nov 2007 | 2 comments
Create the /mnt/nscap directory. The NSCap directory on the Notification Server should already be a share. Run: smbmount //<ns server name>/nscap /mnt/nscap -o username=<ns server name>\\<user on ns server>. Enter the ...
Article by dougj | 30 Oct 2007 | 0 comments
Prerequisites Long, colored and multi-line shell prompts on the client will cause a push install to fail. Name resolution is required either via a naming service (DNS, BIND, etc.) or via manually updating each client's /etc/hosts file ...
Article by dougj | 29 Oct 2007 | 1 comment
Configuration is required to direct the agent on the client to the correct Notification Server, among other things. Depending on the installation method chosen, the installation directories, run-levels and logging details can also be configured. ...
Article by dougj | 29 Oct 2007 | 2 comments
Overview There are five installation methods and five configuration methods for the NS Agent for UNIX. They are: Installation Methods Push from the NS Console Pull from a browser on the client computer Manual using the aex-bootstrap ...
Article by dougj | 29 Oct 2007 | 2 comments
If you are not comfortable using the self reg table in Wise for registering DLLs, here's a WiseScript that can register the set of DLLs in the application. Better yet, the WiseScript can be used in a custom action. Please find attached the ...
Download by WiseUser | 24 Oct 2007 | 3 comments
This contribution is a kind of tribute to Ericw and Shrek, who first published a U3 port(s) of SVSAdmin Just unzip and doubleclick the SVSAdmin2.1.2084.exe file. You need a U3 Stick to install this application, or else the installer ...
Download by FrankB | 16 Oct 2007 | 3 comments
I recently worked on a project at a large public university with approximately 15,000 students. The computers are a mix of desktops and laptops, with a mix of Windows XP and Windows Vista installed. The university had no previous experience ...
Article by townhous13 | 25 Sep 2007 | 2 comments
One of our clients has a problem with the portable computers that users carry while they travel all over the world. When software crashes the only way to get the computers working again is by having the user reinstall the software by themselves. This ...
Article by erikw | 21 Sep 2007 | 4 comments
Normally when you install an application you double-click the MSI or pass it through a command line (when it is part of a local or manual installation). For example, when you double-click, it gets passed through a command line and uses ...
Article by Harsh Mokal | 20 Sep 2007 | 2 comments