ENGL Imaging Toolkit™ 11.0.4 for ENGL Deployment

Integration Wizard

The Integration Wizard is used to configure or update Imaging Toolkit for ENGL Deployment. This is a required step for imaging and build process automation.

Starting the Integration Wizard

The following are steps to start the Integration Wizard.

  1. Do one of the following:
    The Integration Wizard opens.
  2. Click Next.
  3. Click the Desktop Management version down arrow to display compatible versions of your management solution, then select the exact version running in your environment.
  4. In the Task Selection panel, select the appropriate tasks and click Next.
  5. Based on the Task Selection, follow the appropriate steps.

Configuring Zim

The following are steps to configure Zim (imaging front-end).

  1. Select Update Zim Binaries and License to update Zim binary executables, dependencies and license files.
  2. Select Create Templated Zim Script to create a default Zim Script (zim.cfg) file.
  3. Select Disable Exit from Zim Menu to disable exiting Zim using the F3 key.
  4. Select Create Project Lookup File to create a projects.ini file containing recently opened Build Console projects that will be displayed by the imaging restore menu.
  5. Click Next.
  6. If you selected Create Project Lookup File complete the following steps:

    1. Select Build Console projects to be included in the imaging restore menu.
    2. Click Next.
  7. If you selected Create Templated Zim Script complete the following steps:

    1. Select a Login Method that will be used before the imaging menu is displayed:

      • None Specifies authentication is disabled.

        OR

        LDAP Authentication Specifies authentication will use LDAP with Microsoft Active Directory or NetIQ eDirectory.

        OR

        Simple Password Specifies authentication will use a static password prompt.
    2. Click Next.
    3. If you selected LDAP Authentication then complete the following steps:

      • Enter a Hostname for the LDAP server used for authentication.
      • Enter a Port for the LDAP server connection.
      • Select Enable SSL to enable LDAP SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate then click the down arrow to select a previously imported LDAP Certificate.

        Note: Select <New> to import a LDAP Certificate.

      • Enter a Proxy User in fully Distinguished Name format that will be used to perform LDAP contextless login.
      • Enter a Proxy Password for the Proxy User.
      • Enter a Login Using LDAP attribute that will be used to perform LDAP contextless login.

        Note: The recommended search attribute for eDirectory is cn and for Active Directory sAMAccountName.

      • Click Test button to test the LDAP connection settings.

      • Click Next.
      • Enter a Caption to be displayed in the login box.
      • Click Define to configure LDAP search scopes by specifying the search order using a fully distinguished name Context and a search Depth then click OK.

        Note: For an unlimited search depth enter 99.

      • Select Display Context to enable display of the LDAP context edit box at login.
      • Select Enable Intruder Detection to enable intruder detection on a LDAP authentication failure.
      • Click Next.
    4. If you selected Simple Password then complete the following details:

      • Prompt Specifies a message that will be appear above the password input box.
      • Password Specifies a password that must be entered.
      • Retries Specifies the number of attempts that can be made before intruder detection is triggered.
      • Failure Message Specifies a text message that will appear when an incorrect password is entered.
      • Click Next.
    5. Complete the Restore Menu settings as follows:

      • Enter a Caption to appear at the top of the menu.
      • Configure Restore Menu Security as follows:

        • Select None to disable security.

          OR
        • Select Password and enter a password that will be required to access the menu.

          OR
          Select LDAP Filter enter a LDAP filter or click and select a context.

      • Configure Zim Images Path settings as follows:

        • Select Images are on Local Media if image files will be restored from a local drive.
        • Specify a Server where images are stored.
        • Specify a Path where image files are located.
        • If using WinPE imaging and accessing image files from a share, enter the Username and Password to be used for authentication.
      • Click Next.
    6. Complete the Maintenance Menu settings as follows:

      • Enter a Caption to appear at the top of the menu.
      • Configure Maintenance Menu Security as follows:

        • Select None to disable security.

          OR
        • Select Password and enter a password that will be required to access the menu.

          OR
          Select LDAP Filter enter a LDAP filter or click and select a context.
      • Click Next.
  8. Follow Completing the Integration Wizard steps.

Creating boot images

  1. Select the Create boot images task and click Next.
  2. Select the Platforms required for the boot images.
  3. Specify the TFTP block size between 512 and 8192 to improve performance.

    Note: It may be necessary to use 512 for compatibility in some environments.
  4. Select the Windows PE Localisation language for the imaging environment then click Next.
  5. Select Mass-storage Drivers to be added to the WinPE WIM then click Next.

    Note: Mass Storage Drivers must be present in the File Library for the option to appear. See Mass-storage Device Drivers for more details.
  6. Follow Completing the Integration Wizard steps.

Completing the Integration Wizard

  1. At the Integration Progress page click Next.
  2. At The Integration was successful message, click OK.
  3. At the Finish page select one or more of the following options:

    1. Display Task List displays post-integration tasks to be completed page in your web browser.

      OR
    2. Open Integration Folder opens the customised TFTP folder created by the Integration Wizard in Windows Explorer.

      Note: View the post-integration task list which can be displayed by either selecting Display Task List on the Finish page or by opening the ToDo_Integrate.html file directly in your browser.

      OR
    3. Display Log File displays the Build Console log file.
  4. Click Finish.