Presentation on theme: "The Smart in SmartSystems October 14, 2009 Slide 2 Software Bundle Wizard Create software bundles to install on Intermec devices Basic / Advanced Mode."— Presentation transcript:
The Smart in SmartSystems October 14, 2009
Slide 2 Software Bundle Wizard Create software bundles to install on Intermec devices Basic / Advanced Mode Separate Download / Install Advanced Operations Transfer Files Registry Settings Local File Manipulation Start / Stop Processes
Slide 3 Software Bundle Wizard
Slide 4 Software Bundle Wizard Bundle Options Consider changing the Version number if editing the bundle
Slide 6 Software Bundle Wizard – Basic Add/Remove Files Settings.xml (config) files are automatically sent to the \SmartSystems\SSConfigDir *.cab files are automatically sent to the \CabFiles directory
Slide 7 Software Bundle Wizard – Basic Persistence Persist = Cab and Settings.xml (config) files are stored in the \Flash File Store\UserAutoInstall directory and an _ssTransferAgent.xml is created to re-install those files after a clean boot. Caution: This _ssTransferAgent.xml will overwrite any existing _ssTransferAgent.xml in the UserAutoInstall directory.
Slide 10 Software Bundle Wizard Basic Lab Use the Bundle Wizard Basic mode to create a software bundle to install the FeaturesDemo.cab file. C:\Devconn2009\SmartSystems\BundleWizardLab1 Install and deploy to the device via drag/drop
Slide 18 Software Bundle Wizard – Advanced Lab 2 Load the FeaturesDemo.cab Start the FeaturesDemo.exe \Program Files\FeaturesDemo\FeaturesDemo.exe C:\Devconn2009\SmartSystems\BundleWizardLab2 Install and deploy to the device via drag/drop
Slide 19 Software Bundle Wizard – Advanced Lab 3 Create a complex bundle utilizing registry keys, transferring multiple files, manipulating files on the device and starting and stopping processes on the device. Questions / Answers on the Bundle Wizard Tool
Slide 20 Provisioning Bundle Automatically Load Software using SmartSystems Server What is a “Provisioning Bundle”? Consolidates multiple bundles and files to enable one-step provisioning Manual - Drag-n-drop onto single device or folder of devices (folder drop requires AutoDeploy license) Active - Automatically deploys to discovered devices (requires AutoDeploy license) May Contain: Operating System Bundle (Max of 1) SSPB Bundle (Max of 1) Other SmartSystems Bundles and Files Provisioning Bundle can be linked to a SmartSystems Folder Enables software to be loaded by site or other device grouping
Slide 21 Provisioning Bundle Automatically Load Software using SmartSystems Server Use the SmartSystems Client For the highest success rate of provisioning, the SmartSystems client bundle should be included in the provisioning bundle if it is not part of the operating system. Auto Deployment of a provisioning bundle is triggered when an asset message is received by the server. Initial Discovery Drag / Drop to a folder Reboot the device and discover Changing the content on the device does not trigger the Auto Deployment feature of the provisioning bundle.
Slide 22 Provisioning Bundle Automatically Load Software using SmartSystems Server Does not support OS provisioning of CK30, CK31, CN2B, or 7xx New Icons States for Provisioning Bundle Normal state (Manual deployment) AutoDeploy Disabled AutoDeploy to Devices Broken Bundle – missing/changed file
Slide 24 Provisioning Bundles – Creation Select Target Device Discovered Devices only, or all Computers, one device type only
Slide 25 Provisioning Bundles – Choose Bundles All, Pre OS, OS, SS Client, SSPB, Intermec Apps, User, Settings Add individual files Change Order
Slide 26 Provisioning Bundles – Add File C:\SmartSystems\UserFiles only
Slide 27 Provisioning Bundle – Save Name your bundle and give it a description. This will show up in the software vault.
Slide 28 Provisioning Bundle – Validated and Complete Bundle name and description along with icon status Restart option
Slide 29 Provisioning Bundle Lab 1 Clean boot your device Create a Provisioning Bundle to load the SS Client bundle and your FeaturesDemo bundle you created Deploy to your device via Drag / Drop Deploy a second time, nothing happens Edit the Provisioning bundle, add a file Deploy Provisioning bundle again, new file deploys
Slide 30 Provisioning Bundle – Device Status Right click device and select Event Viewer
Slide 32 Provisioning Bundle - Edit Right click to delete, edit or associate your provisioning bundle
Slide 33 Provisioning Bundle – AutoDeploy Indicator that this bundle is associated to the selected folder Indicator that this bundle is set for AutoDeploy for the selected folder
Slide 34 Provisioning Bundle Lab 2 Create a Devconn2009 folder in the Console GUI Set up your provisioning bundle for AutoDeploy to the Devconn2009 folder Right click your bundle and select, Change Active Folders Cleanboot your device Discover your device Drag/drop the device to the Devconn2009 folder Note the device is upgraded with your p-bundle
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