Secondary admins don't get rights to assign bundles to devices.
- On a Windows box, Run ConsoleOne and login to the tree (zone name) with theNetware client asuser: admin.systempassword:
- Go into the properties of the following container:actions.bundles.
- Click on the NDS Rights tab | Trustees of this object
- Click "Add trustees"
- Click the up button twice to browse to and select your secondaryadmin(s) in the ~admins~.
.cell container off of the root ofthe tree.
- For Entry rights, choose Supervisor.
- For "All AttributesRights" leave the default as compare and read.
- Click OK
StatusReported to Engineering
STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
Create a secondary admin that has all rights to everything
Login as the secondary admin
Associate a bundle to a device.
use the "relative to refreshâ schedule or any other schedule
rug bl you should see the bundle
Rug bin "bundle name
The ZENworks server isn't creating schedules for distribution to the client
machines. The message from the server log file
DEBUG: [1/18/0611:05:25 AM] DataModel An error occurred creating a scheduled
action for the newly associated bundle. This may prevent devices from getting
the most recent bundle data.
DEBUG: [1/18/0611:05:25 AM] DataModel
com.novell.zenworks.datamodel.exceptions.InternalDataModelException: An error
occurred creating the scheduled action.
Caused by: com.novell.zenworks.datamodel.exceptions.InternalDataModelException:
An error occurred while trying to create the object.
Caused by: javax.naming.NoPermissionException: [LDAP: error code 50 â NDS
error: no access (â672)]; remaining name
This is because admins
don't get any rights to the actions.bundles.