Don't tell I told you but I would use putty to make an SSH session to change the file related.
Basically, if you go on the CSA page, right-click on the LANDESK logo > Choose View Source and you will notice some jpg and gif referred. It seems that the Landesk Logo is in ../images/logo2.jpg
So you may replace it with the help of a putty session (see How To: Use Putty to SSH Into the LANDESK Management Gateway Appliance. to know how to do it).
I hope it will help,
PS: This is not supported and even if I am from Landesk, this is not official, I just suggest a way I would do thing if I were you.
I know how to find that in all the other apps but could figure it out for the CSA, Great stuff, 1000Tnx!
Hello I have tried to replace the files but I'm getting a
Command 'rm -f -r "hdr_lsdk.gif"'
failed with return code 1 and error message
rm: cannot remove `hdr_lsdk.gif': Permission denied
I'm logged as admin, but the folder permissions is set to owner, root.
Any one with experience on this can help?
You have to use the sudo command I suppose. Classic linux stuff. With sudo, you will do stuff with the root account basically. Usually, the root password is the same than the admin account you first put in place
I would like to add, that even when i was able to make the changes (most) that I wanted, these were lost at the next update .