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Currently, I'm not able to allow a user to change a Computer's Image while protecting its MAC address.
I've created a user and granted him the permission to create, update and delete images.
Then I applied this access control to a single existing image.
Once the user deletes that image, by default all images become available to him.
If by chance you already have the API signatures in your current pipeline we'd really appreciate it if you could share it.
I cloned my CD server (Ubuntu Server on vm) in order to Upload its Image to my NFS share.
Since that machine also mounts NFS (via
/etc/fstab) could it cause a problem?
(e.g. when preparing/shrinking the drive or whatever)
Thanks. How can I undo an approval as an admin?
Hi, sorry, but I'm having trouble finding the documentation related to this.
What does it mean to approve an image?
It worked, thanks!
/mnt/external_storage is a local mount point on CloneDeploy Server to the external storage.
If I understand correctly, you're suggesting that I keep this mount point, keep smb.conf pointing at it, but change\add the distribution point with the address of the external storage instead of the CloneDeploy server?