May 2007
UNIX Update;May2007, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the availability of Novell Zenworks 7.2 Linux Management system from Salt Lake City, Utah-based Novell. The system is the only policy-based solution on the market that offers multi-vendor Linux support. The release of the Novell ZENworks simplifies administration with improved controls that enable customers to quickly and easily install, update and manage their systems. The enhanced functionality allows administrators to securely configure and update multiple machines running behind the firewall from their ZENworks server saving them time and effort.


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