I am new at this, so I appologize for any stupid quesitons up front. I am attempting to set up a provisioning template that will install multiple packages with reboots as needed. I have read and followed this documents...http://community.landesk.com/support/docs/DOC-4648 and it will run as expected if a user is logged into the target machine. So to start the process, user needs to be logged in, and after every reboot the user needs to log back in in order for the process to resume. Is this by design, or will it run without the user logged in with some sort of setting change that I am missing?
In LD 9.0 it will run with nobody logged in, but it will wait 10 minutes to see if somebody still logs in to show the interface. In 9.5 they 'solved' this, and the process has a wait of 1 minute after system start to give the system a chance to start everything it needs. If somebody still logs in, it will show the interface than.
Thanks Frank. I tried again and you are right, after about 10min everything finished as planned. I guess a little patience would do me some good. I asked my manager about upgrading to 9.5, but he wants to see some official documentaiton. Do you know where I can get a document explaining fixes in 9.5... particularly this fix?
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There is no document listing all small changes, fixes and new features. Your best bet is the What's new document on theclanding page:
Thanks for all your help Frank!