I am not an expert at this, so any help would be appreciated.

We have a Novell 6 server with Zenworks 6.5. We want to use Zenworks to
create, store and deploy Windows workstation images. We will be booting
the workstations using PXE. We want to store our images on a server
running Fedora Core 3.

I am able to boot a workstation and have DHCP assign the workstation an
IP address. The boot server is our Novell server, and I can boot to the
Zenworks Preboot Zen Maintenance Menu. However, When I select Start Zen
Imaging, the workstation reboots. When I select Start Maintenance Mode
Zen Imaging, I receive "Error: Could not connect to image server".

My first question is, can we use this topology (a Fedora server to store
images on)? My second question is if so, how would I point the preboot
services to find this server? I assume creating a policy package would
be the appropriate step, but I am not sure how to make the policy point
to the Fedora box for storing images.

Again, any help would be appreciated.