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Yes, a MAC Package does accept a shell script as a primary file.
Put your command in a shell script and deploy the shell script.
Alternately, you could put it into a LANDesk script too:
REMEXEC1=systemsetup -setnetworktimeserver mytimeserver.mycompany.comThen set it up as a policy or policy supported push.
Beautiful, this worked like a charm. Thanks a lot Gil! I do have another
question though (sorry, I'm a n00b with the script portion of LD). I was
able to create the script and push it out, but how do you make it a
policy-supported push? When I right-click on the task, I get the option to
"Schedule". Then in scheduled tasks, if I go to properties, there's no
option to change the delivery method. I can setup the task to be scheduled
and to repeat failed machines, but I'd really like to make it a policy.
Sorry, I was sort of mixing apples and oranges, you'll need to just schedule it and create a repeat, and select "Devices that did not succeed". You'll also need to schedule it in the web console, not the standard console. The standard console only will let you schedule it to All devices.