Hi guys,

I've just created a policy, which adds my ntp server to /etc/ntp.conf
(if it's not already there) and reloads the xntpd service (on sles9).

I'd like to be able to make it reboot ntp service on sles10 - if it's a
sles10 instead - and I'd also like to run another post-action command -
namely "chkconfig ntp(or xntpd) on".

I was thinking of using the script feature - but I can't find any
documentation on where it gets this script from.
Does it just expect the script to be located on the client? or does it
push the script to the client, before running it?

Is this the correct forum for discussing zenworks linux management?

Best regards,

Klavs Klavsen