Novell's Z.E.N.works Administrator's Handbook
Administer and troubleshoot your network from a single point using ZENworks 2. Create applications with snAppShot(r), distribute applications, and implement policy packages. Ron Tanner and Brad Dayley demonstrate how ZENworks allows you to administer a network from a single point -- and significantly reduce costs. Bringing the kind of insights that only come with years of experience working with a product, these authors clearly show you how to use ZENworks's full range of server-to-desktop services -- and manage your network for optimal efficiency.
- Paperback | 388 pages
- 139.7 x 213.36 x 27.94mm | 566.99g
- 01 Dec 1999
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
- New ed.
- w. numerous figs.
About Ron Tanner
About the Authors ......Ron Tanner is currently the director of engineering for Novell's Management Products Group. He has been the lead engineering manager for the ZENworks Project since its inception. ......Brad Dayley, CNE, (r), is a software engineer on Novell's Critical Problem Resolution team. He is the coauthor of "Novell's Guide to Resolving Critical Server Issues" and the cocreator of the advanced debugging course used to train Novell's support engineers
Table of contents
Preface.Acknowledgements.Chapter 1. Introduction to ZENworks.Chapter 2. Installing ZENworks.Chapter 3. Setting Up Zenworks in Your Tree.Chapter 4. Creaating Application Packages Using snAppShot.Chapter 5. Creating and Using Application Objects.Chapter 6. Setting Up User Policies.Chapter 7. Setting Up a Computer Policy Package.Chapter 8. Creating a Container Policy Package.Chapter 9. Maintaining a Workstation.Chapter 10. Using ZENworks Software Metering.Chapter 11. Using ZENworks Check 2000 to Resolve Y2K Issues.Chapter 12. Advanced Features of ZENworks.Chapter 13. Troubleshooting ZENworks.Appendix A. Understanding Changes to NDS Object.Appendix B. Using snAppShot to Create Application Object Packages.Index.