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Novell Zenworks 10 Batch File

Posted on 2009-07-07
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Hello Experts,
 
I am trying to make a batch file that does the following command in Windows Command Prompt:

To open Command Prompt then
run zac fsg
then run when zac fsg is done:
zac reg -u username -p password https://zen10

My boss and I are batch file illiterate.

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Create a batch file (that's just a txt file with a .bat extension) with notepad, and enter the following:

start /wait c:\path\to\zac.exe fsg

c:\path\to\zac.exe reg -u username -p password https://zen10

Replace c:\path\to with the complete path to zac.exe
Replace username with the Management Zone administrators username
Replace password with the Management Zone administrators password

Make sure that you don't create a .bat.txt file...
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Your are the Expert! This will save us a lot of time!
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