Since upgrading to the service pack the Novell ZENworks Preboot Policy Service has been failing on a regular basis. In our environment we are running ZCM and Zen 7, workstations PXE boot hit the ZCM server and failover to the Zen 7 box where we have a mixed environment.

INFO: Novell ZENworks Service Monitor
Installed and running
Key not found: ZEN_DATABASE
INFO: ZEN_DATABASE
Installed and running
INFO: Novell ZENworks Management Agent
Installed and running
INFO: Novell ZENworks Server
Installed and running
INFO: Novell ZENworks Loader
Installed and running
INFO: CASA Authentication Token Service
Installed and running
INFO: ZENworks Control Center
Responding correctly.
INFO: Novell ZENworks Preboot Service
Installed and running
WARNING: Novell ZENworks Preboot Policy Service
Installed, but not running
INFO: Novell TFTP Service
Installed and running

WARNING: There appears to be a problem with one or more of the ZENworks
components.
INFO: System status check completed

Restarting the service gets us back up and running in the short term. But to have a cron job checking this service for when it crashes certainly isn't a viable fix.

Any suggestions?

kevgo.