So we installed the new ZEN 7 SP1 HP4 patch yesterday. It appears the new
bootcd.iso is a new version of SUSE now. I slipstreamed in our standard
settings.txt file we always use and created a boot cd. Everything works
great if we are using DHCP. However we are no longer prompted to use DHCP
or not during the boot process like before. Several of our buildings are
still set to use static IP's. See my Settings.txt file below. Anyone out
there having these issues?

# ZENworks Imaging Settings
#This file controls the initialization of the ZENworks Imaging Environment.
#You may edit this file manually or use the ZENworks Boot Disk Creation
#utility (ZIMGBOOT.EXE).
#The character starting this line denotes a comment. Any line beginning
# with that character is ignored when initializing the Imaging Environment.

# PROMPT should be set to YES if you want to be given a Linux prompt after
# initialization is complete.

# MANUALREBOOT should be set to YES if you want to reboot manually.

# PARTITIONSIZE is the size (in megabytes) of the ZENworks Imaging
# that will be created when installing the ZENworks Imaging Engine.

#Use this setting in a DHCP environment.

#Use the following 4 settings in a static IP address environment.

#Specify the DNS nameserver
#Each nameserver should be separated by blank space

#Specify the DNS domain suffixes.
#Each domain suffix should be separated by blank space

#PROXYADDR is the IP address or DNS name of the ZENworks Imaging Server.

#The following line will turn on NUMLOCK.
#/bin/setleds -D +num < /dev/tty1

#The following line will configure the string used by the bash shell
export PS1="`pwd `#"

#Use IMGCMD to alter the behavior of automated imaging. If this variable
is defined
#as a script (or a series of commands), then that script (or those
commands) will be
#executed instead of the usual 'img auto' command (see /bin/imaging.s).
#export IMGCMD="bash -c cdrom.s; img rl /mnt/cdrom/linux.zmg"

#netdevice can be used to select a specific network adapter

if hwinfo --pci | grep -i "Device: pci 0x2653" ; then
modprobe ata_piix