Hello,

just upgraded a ZDM6.5 to 7.0.SP1

comparing sys:public\zenworks\imaging\bootcd.iso I can see, that the bootcd.iso is
a new file right now compared with the backup drawn before:



bfda805d2e2b026246817d4e19c28406 *bootcd.iso
24.258.560 Bytes in size.



bbie.exe tells there *is* boot code:

C:\>bbie \\zensrv\sys\public\zenworks\imaging\bootcd.iso
BBIE - Bart's Boot Image Extractor v1.0, (c) 2001, Bart Lagerweij
http://www.nu2.nu
Reading boot record from sector 17 (0x11)
Reading boot catalog from sector 299 (0x12B)
1) mode "no emulation". Sector is 10929 (0x2AB1)
Writing 1 block(s) to "image1.bin"

MD5: 3a039420770611d5c25c98160142045d *image1.bin


After I burned the 3rd CDROM with the 3rd, different WinXP workstation, all times
with nero 6.0, disk at once, finalize, all the resulting CDROMs are *NOT*
booting on several different PCs. So I suspect, that the ISO image might be damaged?


1.)
Who pls could do me a favour to checksum his operational sys:public\zenworks\imaging\bootcd.iso
file to tell me, if mine is fine or broken? [1]

2.)
Where in the install CDROMs is the bootcd.iso hidden within ZDM7.0.sp1 install media?
I cannot find it. There was a thread upon this before. The conclusion given was to install
ZDM on a dummy server to grab it from the path given above.


Regards, Rudi.

[1] As a free MD5 GUI tool for windows I use http://www.toast442.org/md5/md5.exe

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