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KACE Systems Deployment Appliance 7.1 Common Documents - Release Notes

Quest® KACE® Systems Deployment Appliance 7.1 Release Notes

Quest® KACE® Systems Deployment Appliance 7.1 Release Notes

This release notes document provides information about the Quest KACE Systems Deployment Appliance (SDA) version 7.1.

About this release

About this release

The KACE Systems Deployment Appliance (SDA) provides a network-centric solution for capturing and deploying images. The KACE SDA provides a seamless cross-platform imaging solution from a single Administrator Console enabling you to provision Microsoft® Windows® and Apple® OS X® platforms. You can deploy the configuration files, user states, and applications as an image to a single device or to multiple devices simultaneously.

The KACE SDA provides the tools necessary to automate deployments in both homogeneous and heterogeneous hardware environments, and provides reliability of large-scale image deployments with multicast and task engine capabilities. The built-in driver feed automatically downloads Dell driver models, and the Package Management feature enables uploading third-party driver packages. You can also integrate the KACE SDA with the KACE Systems Management Appliance (SMA) to image the KACE SMA inventory. The KACE SDA is available as a virtual appliance.

The KACE SDA version 7.1 is a minor release of the product which offers new features and enhancements and resolved issues.

New features and enhancements

New features and enhancements

The following new features and enhancements are included in this release:

Table 1. New features and enhancements

Feature

Issue ID

The KACE deployment folder (%systemdrive%\kace) is now secured.

ESMEA-5303

More options are added to the Linux Scripted Install Wizard.

ESMEA-5136

It is now possible to add entire directories to WIM and K-Image system images.

ESMEA-4422

Resolved issues

Resolved issues

The following is a list of issues resolved in this release.

Table 2. Resolved Issues

Resolved issue

Issue ID

Only MAC Address in the database could be added to the boot action device list.

K2-7368

Local repository installation files were removed after deleting a Linux scripted install.

K2-7356

It was not possible to save network settings for a Class B network configuration.

K2-7346

If Command Configure is installed and not selected, KBE (KACE boot environment) had files and startnet.cmd had commands.

K2-7338

Errors appeared in generated reports.

K2-7337

Upgrade could fail to move to stage two due to log files.

K2-7334

The "Everyone" group is named differently in non-English OS versions, which was causing permission-related issues.

K2-7328

Uploading a database package through the Administator Console could put the appliance in BACKUP_IN_PROGRESS mode permanently.

K2-7327

Media Manager installed DCCTK (Dell Client Configuration Toolkit)/Command Configure in the KBE if it was installed, but not selected for installation.

K2-7325

Uploading source media with Media Manager removed backward slashes '\' from a path.

K2-7324

The KBE Network Bringup Delay data was blank on the SDA Status Report.

K2-7322

No user alert was generated after deleting when USMT profiles.

K2-7321

USMT Architecture was not correct when captured offline.

K2-7319

USMT did not detect duplicate user state captures.

K2-7317

Back slash '\' prevented notes from being saved on the pre-installation, mid-level, and post-installation task pages.

K2-7285

Errors were reported after deleting devices or node inventory using the Administrator Console.

K2-7277

Upgrade checks are added in this release to ensure sufficient space prior to upgrade.

K2-7218

Upgrade checks are added for Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines.

K2-7217

It was possible to download the Media Manager without sufficient access control.

K2-7034

Appliance performance information was available without sufficient access control.

K2-7020

User warning was not displayed for duplicate exports.

K2-6972

The Next button appeared and was functional on the Automated Deployment page when it was not applicable.

K2-6967

Saving tasks did not result in being redirected back to applicable list pages.

K2-6943

It was possible to process a database export package that was uploaded through the Import Package page.

K2-6893

Automated Deployments were created without entering a MAC address.

K2-6762

Critical information was visible to the user report while accessing the server database.

K2-6692

Security: Privilege escalation was allowed to read-only administrators.

K2-6651

NFS shares were world readable.

K2-6411

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