I would like to dynamically create Agent provisionning entries from an SQL scripts.  These scripts would retrieve the specific IP addresses of the machines to be provisionned (through the import of the DHCP lease information from the DHCP servers) and create the provisionning entries based on a series of criterias, time windows, refresh intervals, etc...  As anyone created agent provisionning entries through SQL directly and if so, what difficulties or problems did you encounter and do you have suggested approaches or recommendations?


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Are you talking about modifying the installer and then being able to deploy that through provisioning in the KBOX?

If so, there's not a way that I'm currently aware of to modify the script for agent installation, at least through the UI. 

It's possible that it could be modified on the backend, but that would most likely require having a KACE engineer remote into your KBOX and probably would not be a free modification.

Even if there was, I think you would be better off installing the agent through GPO if that's an option: http://www.kace.com/support/resources/kb/article/Installing-the-KACE-K1000-Agent-Through-Windows-Group-Policy

I think GPO should give you at least some of the options that you are looking for.

Answered 07/23/2012 by: jknox
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