36: IGEL Weekly: How to use Install, Configure and Use the IGEL OSC Appliance

Dec 9, 2021

Watch this IGEL Tech-Tips Tuesday video to learn how to download, install and configure the IGEL OSC Appliance. 

Presented by Sebastian Perusat, IGEL Community FELLOW.

In this video, Sebastien will teach you how to:

  • 00:00 Introduction¬†
  • 02:00 Download the Appliance
  • 04:00 Import the OVA into your Hypervisor
  • 06:40 Configuration EULA
  • 06:45 Local IP Address
  • 07:55 Check availability
  • 08:50 Change the Keyboard Layout
  • 09:25 Configure the DHCP Server
  • 10:30 Check DHCP settings
  • 11:00 Changing the Webserver Password
  • 12:00 Upload the Image
  • 15:30 Troubleshooting Status
  • 16:20 Test the conversion
  • 17:30 Change the deployment mode unattended
  • 18:10 Black and Whitelisting of Mac Addresses
  • 18:40 Your own DHCP Server

Host: Andy Whiteside
Co-host: Chris Feeney
Co-host: Seb Perusat

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Andy Whiteside: Everyone and welcome to episode 36 of idle weekly been doing a lot of ideal stuff and doing a lot of podcasts last couple of days kind of losing track of things had to.

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Andy Whiteside: had to go double check make sure I was talking about the right podcast and the right episode crispy need been with me for most of these things i’ve done recently, including us citrix podcast and the disruptive digital syrup last week, Chris how’s it going.

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Chris Feeney: Oh man.

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Chris Feeney: got over a little sickness last week so don’t sound like a frog but that’s good so Christmas is here feel like we’ve been going, you know it’s cool to do this.

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Chris Feeney: Because we’ve been going through like the different seasons and you see it well, you can’t really see you’re listening, but Christmas decorations are up and tis the season, to be jolly so.

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Andy Whiteside: yeah I saw that a alright, so I got a lot of talk to you about here in the beginning.

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Andy Whiteside: quick question, well, we will post the videos those are coming my son is gonna do an internship the next couple weeks and I literally had like 150 podcasts that will turn into video podcasts.

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Andy Whiteside: That he’ll be posted on our YouTube channel, so it is come, but your guitar in the background, is it normally green or is that a different color.

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Chris Feeney: That is my Green guitar it is jade green specifically so I have a red agreed in a tan.

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Chris Feeney: Normal guitar so this one, there is a Christmas story behind this one, so a few years ago, it was a sort of like what we had.

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Chris Feeney: The last week or so, you know very warm December, whether it’s some friends of ours we’re having a party in the backyard and there’s going late we’re going to bed and.

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Chris Feeney: couldn’t go to sleep, and so I you know what do I know what I do I pick up the iPad and I turned on the spectrum TV APP and.

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Chris Feeney: I see this Keith urban thing going on, like all Keith thurman guitars would be awesome.

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Chris Feeney: And it was a him on the home shopping network, promoting his new album and his new line of guitars and stuff, and so I saw this Green Jaguar was like that is such a thing of beauty.

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Chris Feeney: And it’s a package deal how great is that so I I get my phone I download the H HDTV APP whatever and.

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Chris Feeney: You know login swipe my car and then I turned to my wife said thanks for inviting me my Christmas present, it shows up a few days later and i’ve loved it ever since this is a great guitar.

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Andy Whiteside: So good time oh so that’s your Christmas guitar ish in the background.

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Andy Whiteside: Now, when we did record button, we were talking about your audio sounds different today, and you and i’ve been back and forth the last few days, trying to help a customer with audio.

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Andy Whiteside: Teams offloading specifically and audio audio devices in a cloud centric thin client enabled world is extremely important, the customer we’re talking to is having issues with them.

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Andy Whiteside: With echoes and you’re working with a company called he pause right he POs to get the best of breed stuff they have.

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Andy Whiteside: And you’ve been doing a really nice job on the events we’ve done lately wearing a headset from those guys have wireless bluetooth headset, I believe, and today you’re using a speaker speaker setup and you sound different.

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Andy Whiteside: not as good as normal, but still pretty good you want to talk about the POs stuff real quick and how how having the right hardware and a software defined world still matters.

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Chris Feeney: yeah so.

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Chris Feeney: The story here is at him early in in August we had an idea already booth and we had different vendors they’re sponsoring and I, you know before the end of the show I kind of walked around and try to get a sense of.

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Chris Feeney: You know where we integrated with these folks and he was there and we had just added their client software which allows.

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Chris Feeney: You to basically turn it on very similar to what we do with some other things were just points to some other thing.

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Chris Feeney: And their case their management console So you can see what device is plugged in that type of stuff so I said, well, I love to try these things out and just kind of give it a whirl and get a sense of what it’s like.

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Chris Feeney: So they sent me some devices, the one i’m using today is sort of like a traveling one it’s a speakerphone can do music is teams optimize so it can be bluetooth it can do.

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Chris Feeney: nfc so it’s kind of right he’s got noise cancelling built in, but it is a different experience is not over the year and, obviously, the audio.

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Chris Feeney: is slightly different verses seven that headset right up next to my mouth or grip close to it but you’re coming in, loud and clear i’m not hearing any echoing and I think that the story is certainly there’s a lot, you can do in software Center access some settings I Joe does too.

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Chris Feeney: But in sometimes the endpoint hardware might particularly matter but.

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Chris Feeney: But you might have a need for some of that noise cancelling technology in the actual device itself there’s a lot of different headsets out there, I know, Sam has some really cool headphones on right now.

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Chris Feeney: You know, it looks like it’s over the ear kind of probably built in noise cancelling things and so.

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Chris Feeney: i’m trying this one out and seeing how it goes and in right now, it seems, I mean you can hear me fine I can hear you fine.

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Chris Feeney: But it is a different experience but it’d be great for like a little travel thing if I could set this up, I conference room if we didn’t have something and it’s.

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Chris Feeney: or server team works over zoom like we’re doing here, and you know when i’m not on a call i’m playing some Christmas music so.

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Chris Feeney: Chris what.

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Andy Whiteside: What what model is it just your listeners know the actual model number.

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Chris Feeney: yeah so this one is the SP speaker phone, I guess, let me get the actual box.

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Chris Feeney: is wrong box.

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Chris Feeney: The SP 30 tea the tea speaker phone and it has Ms team, so I guess it’s been certified for MS teams optimized or whatever yeah.

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Chris Feeney: He was he may have known them as sennheiser same company, they just rebranded under a posse Pico S, so you have a number is that are available on their website obviously that wired wireless and that type of thing.

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Chris Feeney: I like the wireless because I like to roam around and that type of thing, and if you’re kind of tethered you don’t really get that but it’s another option might be suitable for somebody in a certain setting that type of thing but anyways lot of cool stuff in the ideal ready.

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Chris Feeney: program so.

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Andy Whiteside: Okay, great I may get one i’ve got a conference coming up speaker and men, and we got to move on with speaker and Mike are both built into this device right.

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Chris Feeney: speaker like the whole bit so awesome.

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Andy Whiteside: We have said, with a Sir how’s it going.

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Sebastien Perusat: quite good it wasn’t really interesting discussion, I mean just listening was enough.

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Sebastien Perusat: With the same issues on the over the arrows regarding the issue canceling and noise canceling and firmware deployment that was Chris just mentioned, is extremely important to me because.

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Sebastien Perusat: We we barely lost a project in Switzerland, a couple of years ago, because the configuration management of a specific.

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Sebastien Perusat: headset brand couldn’t be achieved on on item, and we had to integrate something by our own for deploying that configuration, which found a way, then in a film way in an upcoming firmware version, but that was something.

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Sebastien Perusat: That really changed mine off of our customer that moment, because he saw that it’s not on your head that you connect with your essence and it’s running from the beginning on.

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Sebastien Perusat: But you have so much different configuration, also on the endpoint your firmware version that you have to use on your on your headset that’s definitely something which is getting more complicated nowadays.

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Andy Whiteside: I equate it to you know, a modern day software defined car like a tesla but you put crappy tires on it, which a lot of people try to do not now, not with their tesla but in their.

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Andy Whiteside: Virtual desktop they’re thin client solution, they go buy the cheapest microphone they can and then complained doesn’t work life doesn’t work like that.

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Chris Feeney: yeah this.

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Sebastien Perusat: Is a good the webcams sorry.

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Chris Feeney: I think you know, as I am I etc journey, one of the things that I remember you know, seeing these things just sort of appear like the emergence of hyper convergence right and and pulling all this together to really optimize that.

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Chris Feeney: Experience at the end of the day, you have it sort of all encompassed in this one thing that the SS you know the fast dis and then the Ram, and all this stuff right and so it’s a combination of solutions and.

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Chris Feeney: Having various options and obviously software integrated you know, so that you can manage these devices, at the end of the day, as well, so.

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Chris Feeney: I don’t want to go too far off topic at this is a great one we can keep talking about it so i’ve got a really cool blog that we can talk about so yeah i’m.

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Chris Feeney: well.

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Andy Whiteside: So let’s um let’s put this in the future Popper for a corporate podcast we talked about get somebody from me pause on talk about offloading talk about the audio devices that.

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Andy Whiteside: have to come.

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Andy Whiteside: Next, and the webcams.

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Chris Feeney: I will do that i’ll reach out to my contacts and we’ll get it on the schedule.

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Andy Whiteside: All right, well, as Chris was alluding to you just now, we do have a vlog I guess i’ll say it’s also a blog That said, put out I think today right it’s hot off yes hot off the wire it off the presses, but the wire.

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Sebastien Perusat: Act it just right just backed duck to publish it today that we have a topic that we can cover easily during our podcast so he fulfill my dreams and he published a video so i’m pretty happy.

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Andy Whiteside: yeah at some point again will have these videos online, you can use this to get the sales video or just Google how the name of the article blog how to use install configure and use the idle OSC appliance.

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Andy Whiteside: That separate a great video together we’re going to talk through now Sam OSC stands for what.

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Sebastien Perusat: operating systems creator so basically that the procedure that you’re using if you want to deploy the azure operating system.

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Sebastien Perusat: on any kind of endpoint, which is an x86 based so let’s assume that you want to use the edge operating system and you’re not wanting to use and Judy pockets or Nigel endpoint.

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Sebastien Perusat: let’s assume you would take an energy device or Lenovo device, you will have to deploy operating system on that end point, we have a couple of ways to do that wants to create a USB stick.

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Sebastien Perusat: And we have another way, which is the network way, and today we are carbons natural way we have an upcoming blog on the OSC stick creation, so the USB drive.

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Sebastien Perusat: But, in our case, so they will cover the natural part.

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Andy Whiteside: So always the operating system conversion conversion that with the C is for.

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Sebastien Perusat: Creating the Creator.

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Andy Whiteside: Sorry sorry, yes, and this so Basically, this is a pixie booting into a an ios that allows you to then lay down the I Joe os that allows you to then deploy in mass across the network, instead of running around with a USB stick and.

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Sebastien Perusat: Conversion devices, because I can.

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Sebastien Perusat: Just thing.

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Sebastien Perusat: That came to my mind, because something that I guess I mentioned in the in the video itself, I just want to read mention it here.

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Sebastien Perusat: We are always thinking about the OSC as an initial initial installation of Seattle operating system.

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Sebastien Perusat: But you may also have situations where you have to recover a divided that when broken because of that sst or hdd or maybe sometimes because yeah you did some miss configuration, or we had an issue during the update process and you went to recover the device the rest can be.

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Sebastien Perusat: can be backed up by using the usc procedures or re installing the actual operating system on it and there’s also a thing that I want to point out, if a device can boot up anymore, you can still most cases recover it by using the usc I re installed in the agile operating system.

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Andy Whiteside: So this is like with windows, we have to reinstall every six months, because it gets all wonky with stuff right.

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Chris Feeney: we’re not going to suggest that you need to reinstall it every six months here.

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Andy Whiteside: Oh no that’s not That was my joke right so in world of windows every three years, more than likely you’re gonna have to reinstall because whatever got on there got on there.

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Andy Whiteside: I don’t trust it or maybe you do.

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Andy Whiteside: Trust it but it’s not performing well or maybe, both in the case of I jail, this is not a frequent thing to have to remit you’re probably gonna use this to image, the first time and then maybe have to image later, but for the most part it’s stable and manageable throughout the lifecycle.

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Sebastien Perusat: And if you have the feeling that you need to reinstall the bring it back to a factory default state, you can always do that from the US from the endpoint side and set it back to the factory default.

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Sebastien Perusat: Which means that every local configuration local files will be caches are flushed so you don’t need to reinstall it for that exact purpose, to be honest.

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Andy Whiteside: Now now said there happened to be there was something about a year ago, which I think still exists, so this is pixie booting into a way you can convert it converted to create it.

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Andy Whiteside: there’s also the idea that it has windows on it, you can point it to something run a script and that’ll work to you have you have two ways of doing this one bare metal and the other if its existing Microsoft how’s that work.

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Sebastien Perusat: The different did that on the the agent that we’re using so the OSC for windows So who is si w as the abbreviation.

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Sebastien Perusat: You can install a piece of software that we’re delivering and through that process install the agile operating system on a windows machine typically what I have seen in my former prisoners Korea was on.

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Sebastien Perusat: windows 10 clients our own thing client or from other vendors, but also on a plane windows 10 windows 11 machine, where you want to deploy the operating system.

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Sebastien Perusat: Without having the need to go into the buyers and switch the boot method to PC or USB or whatever, but doing that i’m not ready proper automated were from the beginning.

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Andy Whiteside: Lots of lots of options lots of forward thinking lots of stuff the other guys don’t think about how that that.

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Sebastien Perusat: i’ll put it.

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Chris Feeney: In there we got an a slogan that I just say one point I want to make was um the nice thing about this, especially in this we saw the emergence of some of the stuff.

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Chris Feeney: These other solutions started appearing for my jail is really comes down to being able to push out the os to a device without physically touching the device.

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Chris Feeney: If you could remotely switch that device from running windows to boot to pixie you don’t have to touch it physically to have it point to this.

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Chris Feeney: appliance or you can push that software down from this CCM or what other tool and without physically touching it converted to jail that’s really what we’re talking about here just another way to deploy it.

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Chris Feeney: i’ve used this device with like other thin clients that that might already be set up for pixie or could easily be switched to it and then just point the ideal.

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Chris Feeney: that’s that’s awesome to see when that when it when when that thing boots up and just contacts and starts doing what it does so pretty cool.

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Andy Whiteside: Alright, so said I got the video rolling here we’re going to walk through it yeah i’m going to play with the audio turned off walk us through what your video is covering from this one.

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Sebastien Perusat: Sure, so let’s start with the right expectation I get that an enterprise customer would not use our pre.

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Sebastien Perusat: appliance which isn’t piece of software it’s an virtual machine that we’re delivering on our website.

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Sebastien Perusat: That you can download an important any kind of hypervisor that you are using that sounds that might happen it’s a specific cases, but.

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Sebastien Perusat: I get that most of our customers would use their own kicks II method, but if they don’t want to, or they cannot or there may be blocked by some internal processes.

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Sebastien Perusat: that’s a perfect way to get a first network deployment of operating system without having the need to implement any kind of other.

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Sebastien Perusat: Solutions or maybe departments that needs to be involved if you want to deploy an image to you and.

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Sebastien Perusat: So that’s something which has maintained by us, so no se appliance like I said it’s a virtual machine the virtual machine is based on debian stable machine is.

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Sebastien Perusat: prepared in such a way that we install anything inside of it so whereas what we have on the ice side.

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Sebastien Perusat: Well, we are delivering a piece of software that you can install on an existing machine.

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Sebastien Perusat: He will deliver from the beginning to the end, our whole system with service services like http if you need it was pixie was web services, etc, so that’s something we’re recovering a couple of seconds.

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Sebastien Perusat: Just to be clear, the usc happens can be used in addition to all the systems, but isn’t monetary to be used for deploying operating system.

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Sebastien Perusat: So, first of all I showed where to get it, because we have different data sources, where you might have seen agile components.

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Sebastien Perusat: The most common and only supported one is the agile.com website where you can download the operating system and also the appliance itself.

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Sebastien Perusat: We have also other websites, like my address, but VI that but that’s another topic might not be maintained anymore, in the future so for the moment we really focus on what we will do also in three or five years on our own website.

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Sebastien Perusat: done this site i’m just covering what to download it so that’s not such interesting, so you have to enter some fake accounts as well i’m always doing I would not recommend to do it for gpi reason but that’s what i’m doing usually and then downloading the appliances.

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Sebastien Perusat: As soon as you have done that, to take a couple of seconds if we let the video run in this way, we have the dermal down, and then we have to cover a second piece of software that we need for the appliance.

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Sebastien Perusat: We already spoke about that a couple of times I should operating system can be deployed by using a pen to life and what is behind this an ISO file so and as a feather you can deploy to your to your stick in boot from it.

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Sebastien Perusat: But, since this is really a specific piece of software, please don’t mix it up with a standard updates that you get for Western.

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Sebastien Perusat: Union as a firmware update five that you can donate instead of us, you can download from our website.

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Sebastien Perusat: aren’t meant for writing that image on a hardest on android that would not work, for that reason it, it was your plans you will also need a noise see image that’s something we’re covering a couple of seconds.

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Sebastien Perusat: And I guess, we can just skip a little bit forward if you want an easier because i’m expanding expanding a lot in spoken form but.

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Sebastien Perusat: That case, our coverage now lively so as soon as you download it you always see appliance from our website, the next step is to import it into your perfect hypervisor.

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Sebastien Perusat: So don’t have to fiddle around with some configuration, the only thing that I would recommend is just to be sure that you do not compete with any kind of productive environment.

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Sebastien Perusat: Please do me a favor and open the configuration of the were see department appliance and please check on the network network adapter or whatever you like on your preference hypervisor that you’re not using a not or bridge network, which would point you to productive network.

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Sebastien Perusat: Because we spoke about it briefly the appliances bringing also at the http Sir.

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Sebastien Perusat: So let’s imagine the worst case scenario that you’re putting up some of the virtual machine and you have a gap so we’re already in place in a company.

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Sebastien Perusat: You might have situation where the device we get to the endpoint Buddha would get the IP address from the deployment of plants and not from the productive the ftp server and that can create a big big big big big mess.

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Andy Whiteside: The way a boot so let’s say Okay, so does when it boots and it uses the ACP to get on the network, whether it’s the existing da CP or the one from the appliance is it a true pixie kind of broadcast or is there, specific dh CP helper that helps it get into this appliance.

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Sebastien Perusat: into the appliance itself it’s a specific option that were using the option 67 if I remember right which is used for deploying the boot image beyond he has a PC server.

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Andy Whiteside: yeah and so in a normal production environment it’s likely that images that options already being used for you know your phones or some other.

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Andy Whiteside: want to avoid that or we need to you know go in and talk to our networking folks and get on a particular V land or something that where we.

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Andy Whiteside: Control that option so it’s not a true pixie, it is a it’s a helper that point you to the boot server where you’re getting us from.

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Sebastien Perusat: In that case, it will also add, we have on one entity http server, but we also have a PFC piece of software also inserting the server So if you just maybe go back to the.

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Sebastien Perusat: We have the initial configuration so before starting with that you have to accept an end user agreement license now that’s interesting but as soon as we hit the OK button.

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Sebastien Perusat: So that’s what you what you just just got and it’s all right there was just a small piece, which is covering the the entries I agree that’s perfect.

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Sebastien Perusat: So, first we have to give the virtual machine yet IP address, so we have to give a static IP address for this machine so that’s something that recover a couple of seconds, we have to do some basic configurations like.

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Sebastien Perusat: Also, giving a password to that machine, just to be sure that no one’s able to access the Web service by default.

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Sebastien Perusat: So that’s the basic configuration that will achieve so you were already right so first thing is, if you go into the into the machine will it be maybe easier if I if I take over the.

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Andy Whiteside: Tell me, which section of.

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Sebastien Perusat: As soon as you said, that we can go there, but just leave it running so I entered the Informations.

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Sebastien Perusat: So that’s what we did so i’m just applying them the configurations we just deployed so that’s what I have in my lab and now we would be able to Ping or to reach the appliance itself, so we have it now connect to the network and being set up properly for the communication.

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Sebastien Perusat: The next step that we want to achieve is as soon as we did the general configuration is to set an http wrench and check that the server itself is run so i’m opening the APP rather entering the.

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Andy Whiteside: so sad for our listeners and eventual viewers, but for those listening to get this.

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Andy Whiteside: You started off inside the virtual machine through the coi Nazi ally, but through the ui in the virtual.

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Andy Whiteside: machine itself, and now, because you wanted to be more robust and have more you know human readable and negotiable panels pains that you’re now you’re going in through a web browser to get that same device, so you can make additional configurations.

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Sebastien Perusat: Yes, basically to add an image, but in general is just for testing them a bit reach out the virtual machine.

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Sebastien Perusat: Because, sometimes we have problem with some port forwarding for some virtual and so that just a test that i’m really able to connect to the web interface URL that has shown in that window.

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Andy Whiteside: And by connect you mean more than just Ping it you want to make sure you can truly get to web interface.

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Sebastien Perusat: Use cases, the first one, I would like to cover it to set the language, because if you want to set a password it’s always good to have the rights.

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Sebastien Perusat: keyboard layout set if you want to use some extra some extra characters that were discovered and at mine so gentlemen keyboard layout and then.

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Sebastien Perusat: As soon as we covered that we can now configure the IP address range for the http server assuming that you want to use our own.

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Sebastien Perusat: You could also disable because that’s something we’ll cover limits in a couple of seconds, so we are currently covering now the http server RC RC appliance we’re doing it, by default, and if you can use it will recommend it because of a small piece of features that will show a second.

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Sebastien Perusat: Just be aware again that it’s usc is already in a productive environment, you might have a situation where now the device boots up and gets the address from the ocr plant and not from http server.

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Sebastien Perusat: Now i’m checking in the advanced settings if the HP servers running and, if not starting it, which would be always the case, but he fought, but we still see the status is please check settings so red error message, instead of our command line interface with that that we’re covering.

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Sebastien Perusat: So we still see inactive, the next step from my surface to go again into the advanced settings from a right.

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Sebastien Perusat: and check the method for the Buddha of the of the http server at seven said it automatic.

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Sebastien Perusat: One thing I just went through again is to enter a password now with my special characters but still the service is not running so you are seeing a kind of debugging that you might face in this first moment where you put up the.

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Andy Whiteside: shed you’re specifically talking about the the http service or the deployment servers are both.

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Sebastien Perusat: Both in that case well in that case Okay, so you cannot use the gh rp server without having pixi enabled but you could use instead the px he service without HP because you might have your own and do want to point to the boot image that we did bring inside of the preparation.

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Chris Feeney: I played around both.

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Chris Feeney: And what the first customer that I remember talking to you that was considering this option, they already had an http server so we looked at.

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Chris Feeney: The config and, basically, whatever the http option, they had for pointing at a pixie and we just modified it with.

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Chris Feeney: Just reading basically what’s on our kb article, and so we shut the http server off on the appliance and then just had it sitting there listening for pixie requests and obviously they don’t respond when a device points to it says, I need a I need a file to start installing so.

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Andy Whiteside: For those of you that have spent time in the citrix or at least with the provisioning services or if you’ve been a desktop administrator for a while this this all be.

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Andy Whiteside: commonly known stuff to you for those that have not done this type of work before it’s it’s like it’s like it’s like aliens but, once you learn the basics of pixie and helper addresses if you need them it’s pretty self assessment and it works it’s just super simple once it works.

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Sebastien Perusat: We didn’t reinvent the wheel in that case words so we just use.

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Chris Feeney: Those listening that may be thinking we’re talking about pixie dust.

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Chris Feeney: or fairy dust or whatever pixie is Pex, he the acronym is pre boot execution environment officially so just wanted to put that out there for.

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Chris Feeney: For guys like me that forgot what it actually stood for.

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Andy Whiteside: And to be clear and I was confused by this for a long time, this is not.

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Andy Whiteside: that’s not the operating system you’re laying down it’s an operating system your template booty temporarily booty to so that you can lay down the actual operating system that will be what the device boots from later.

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Chris Feeney: that’s exactly basically you’re taking the OSC stick that you normally boot to on USB install the Ls unplug this thick and then you get a job running on the device now you’ve got on this, that same OSC thing is is here on this appliance.

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Chris Feeney: And you’re just using pixie is the method to boot pull that thing down install go through the process automated whatever and we’ll get through it later, but that’s that’s what we’re doing here.

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Andy Whiteside: And then said for the video that you and I, and Chris are watching what you did next is you went out and got the firmware.

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Andy Whiteside: And now you’re deploying that to the appliance so you got the appliance up and running now you’ve got the latest firmware for the I Joe is putting that on the appliance to be pushed out right.

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Sebastien Perusat: Exactly so just again because it’s one of the most common errors that you might face in that specific procedures step.

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Sebastien Perusat: always use file starting was always see because if you don’t use them, you would get the standard firmware like I said, which is great, if you want to update the device.

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Sebastien Perusat: But if you want to upload an image file so deploying an image, you have to use the OSC version.

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Sebastien Perusat: And just one additional thing you don’t have to extract the zip file you don’t have to access the eyes up I just use it for your downloading from the website just using plain as it is and upload it in the Web service that we are looking at on the on the screen at the moment.

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Sebastien Perusat: You don’t have to delete it for us to do that also automatically for you so as soon as I made it a couple of weeks a month ago.

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Sebastien Perusat: We had the 11 or 533 version was the actual one now we have the 11th or 620 210 sorry and you want to deploy that one just browse select the newer sees it for click upload and everything will be replaced automatically.

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Sebastien Perusat: And as soon as this one happened, and you status switching from this yellow exclamation mark to a green checkmark and the status is I guess bedded.

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Sebastien Perusat: that’s something which takes sometimes a little bit of time, and I can also recommend to our listeners and covering that in the video itself if that one is not working.

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Sebastien Perusat: just keep in mind that medals have proxy issues which might also block the upload of such bigger files on Microsoft to set of whitelists track set this up deployment appliance.

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Sebastien Perusat: or, on the other hand, just try another web browser please i’m always using firefox but you might also want to use chrome instead so just in case it doesn’t work from from the beginning on our thing to use also an extra.

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Andy Whiteside: Lots of lots of places for things to go wrong, but love what you guys are doing here and for the most part you’ve made it foolproof it looks like.

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Sebastien Perusat: We try that is so as soon as this one is done, the upload is done you’re now seeing also on the screen that you have a firmware version which is no cover better version you just upload.

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Sebastien Perusat: Maybe explaining something which is extremely important, but just talk about the next steps for your right i’m starting the ftp servers right now.

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Sebastien Perusat: So that the last step just be sure that they’re not completing was any kind of production, environment and now we are seeing that we have status quo ready for deployment, everything is green and should now makes us.

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Sebastien Perusat: able to deploy operating systems, what i’m doing now is booting up a virtual machine in my vmware workstation hypervisor.

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Sebastien Perusat: It was specific.

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Andy Whiteside: to point out, for most people a lot of organizations will have a dedicated V land for this process, and once.

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Andy Whiteside: The device on that network is done getting imaged it will then flip it over to production deal and lots of ways to work around this people just need to be cognizant of what network on my own and what am I possibly competing with.

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Chris Feeney: yeah you wouldn’t want devices getting an address, and all of a sudden installing an ios or you didn’t intend to so but segmenting it so.

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Andy Whiteside: I don’t remember what university, it was but somebody pushed out an automated one of these a couple years ago and took out about 5000 devices that was a bad Monday.

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Sebastien Perusat: To the end of the last section so maybe in the mid right so just booted up my virtual machine was standard specs and I just activated in the boots menu.

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Sebastien Perusat: That, I want to boot from network, so that was just my own test to see if an endpoint could boot up with the http and get the image delivered by the peaks the server.

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Andy Whiteside: So you, with your vm because it’s a vm you’re testing with and you went to the virtual bios and said boot from network first.

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Andy Whiteside: Exactly maybe just boot from network only so you don’t get keep going but normal stuff you know SIS admin guys have done for years yeah.

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Sebastien Perusat: Exactly so that’s just my my own test before deployment.

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Chris Feeney: It any to that last point right if you do go in and change the boot loader to pixie, for example, what we’re doing here.

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Chris Feeney: i’m one of the things as it as a device gets imaged the http server or the appliance rather keeps a list of MAC addresses, so it knows that if that device comes back online it doesn’t need to reemerge it it just skips over it, so that that’s something that is in.

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Chris Feeney: Probably fast forwarding into this video where we’re setting talks about visual make sure that, since you brought that up.

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Andy Whiteside: Again i’m probably still in the steps thunder thunder here, is there a human interaction that has to happen for it to actually lay down the os or will it do it if it sees.

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Sebastien Perusat: It yep.

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Sebastien Perusat: In the style configuration making short, yes, you have to confirm that you want to boot, a specific image and job you have to press insert framework that’s the standard standard way.

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Sebastien Perusat: But you have also the ability to do it, an attempt i’m not covering that at all in that in that tutorial just because yeah obviously you can break a lot of stuff by deploying operating system and attendance but it’s possible yes yeah.

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Sebastien Perusat: So i’m just going to know the creation, without which is something which might already be quite common to our listeners, so I just went through the without and accepted car and not just wanted to have it, just in case that’s what i’m just showing with the.

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Sebastien Perusat: Deployment method from attended and attended to just the the configuration but i’m not covering it in detail because that’s something that I found sometimes quite quite dangerous, but just saying you could do that this way she would like to same on the USB stick was a small adapter.

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Sebastien Perusat: So what just Chris mentioned, is that if you boot it up the endpoint throughout the HP and went through the pmc process and the device rebooted you don’t want to get it again.

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Sebastien Perusat: reinstalled or maybe having the ability to to wider blacklist some devices that’s something that will current a couple of seconds.

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Sebastien Perusat: Just in case, if you do not want to use our own http server because we want to do it by your own I just covered a small notepad plus plus file that showed up in the.

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Sebastien Perusat: Video I am showing the boot file, so the boots he has a boot image of that we’re using for for for the installation and that’s something that is extremely important if you want to point it out to a specific one without having the need to configure something on your PC so now.

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Andy Whiteside: Well, said that gets us to the end, the video I think between your video this podcast The Posting of the video this podcast.

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Andy Whiteside: I think we covered a lot and I think a lot of people will be able to if they’re trying to deploy the OSC gleam enough information of what we’re doing, plus the articles.

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Andy Whiteside: To get this done hopefully that’s extremely valuable, I can tell you i’m doing this with another product and they basically just point me to an admin guide and said go figure it out, and I did, but I had a lot of background in this stuff.

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Andy Whiteside: Having you do this and show it visually us talk about it us talk about it and show it visually I think grueling good resources for people trying to cross reference and figure out how to get this done.

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Sebastien Perusat: So thank you for the effort you’re putting into this for you and Chris I mean it’s definitely, meaning a lot to the Community and.

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Sebastien Perusat: i’m really happy to help where I can see if questions are coming up, also from from the audience just feel free to reach out to us to me in the agile community of young men, and I will be happy to help.

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Andy Whiteside: yeah about the Community and potentially if you’re not part of the Community, what you should be via linkedin is one option but absolutely.

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Andy Whiteside: we’re open right we want this to be consumed by people who need the help that’s the whole idea.

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Chris Feeney: yeah I think this is a great point and just one last thing on, that is, you know so a lot of folks say they hear about agile they test it out and they make the decision to buy I gel.

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Chris Feeney: Making sure you know, like your team and others are like how do I now deploy it there are lots of options, and this is, this is a great option, depending on the situation there are others too, if you have windows devices so.

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Chris Feeney: Knowing you know, obviously, how to scale and be efficient, with that, so this is a great tool, certainly as said showed in the video you can try it out get familiar with it in a lab setting before you try to use it in production, but.

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Chris Feeney: it’s free to use.

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Chris Feeney: And certainly encourage you to give it a shot try try various things out.

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Andy Whiteside: Oracle virtualbox potentially but vmware workstation great place to play with this stuff get a rock solid and transition that over to your.

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Andy Whiteside: production, but hopefully your deployment environment and not your production environment you’ll create a maybe a career limiting move, if you do this in production without a lot of foresight.

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Andy Whiteside: All right, well with that we’re going to wrap up us anything else you want to let the group know.

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Sebastien Perusat: Maybe just one last thing didn’t just maybe share my screen for one second if you would allow me Okay, I cannot because it’s not allowed, but Okay, there is good.

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Sebastien Perusat: To.

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Andy Whiteside: Two clicks two clicks and you will be what you need to be there you go.

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Sebastien Perusat: Perfect just wanted to share one specific file, it was my one of the first drawing that I made a title for a customer and I just found the picture back because Christmas mentioned that we have a.

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Sebastien Perusat: lot of ways to deploy that operating system on and bond and just went through that to my pictures made for either just found that back and It just shows you basically with my extremely limited access stick.

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Sebastien Perusat: Goodness that I tried to cover all the different ways to deliver the agile project system to an endpoint and we have the UDC appliance, which was the former name of the year plans, we have the customer.

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Sebastien Perusat: For deployment tools like areas of our Monday or whatever, and we just wanted to cover that extremely old and maybe a bit outdated diagram was just funny it’s funny that the procedure themselves didn’t change that much.

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Sebastien Perusat: And we are still yeah what’s the working with the same kind of architecture women professional team now and so what’s best better looking at Eric and then I did just wanted to share that one because I find it fun.

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Andy Whiteside: that’s a great drawing actually.

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Andy Whiteside: All right, well i’m Chris anything else from your side.

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Chris Feeney: I know just hope everybody enjoys his podcasts and certainly your feedback is welcome we’ll we’ll have some more topics, maybe some other things to like we talked about earlier in the podcast so looking forward to.

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Chris Feeney: Gathering once again that’s all i’ve got.

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Sebastien Perusat: Nothing Indeed, if we can just.

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Sebastien Perusat: share one nothing mentioned on Friday I will become 20.

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Chris Feeney: Yes.

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Andy Whiteside: years old.

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Sebastien Perusat: A party yeah.

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Andy Whiteside: I just 2723.

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Sebastien Perusat: Oh.

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Chris Feeney: that’s a good point I think part of the story of I Joe we like to tell stories is we’re not a new company 20 year old company.

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Chris Feeney: that’s that’s a long time, and it in some respects right and I Linux is only 30 so I just not far behind just the invention of Linux itself and so.

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Chris Feeney: it’s just been a matter of understanding what what agile is and obviously shifting from the hardware focus story to really about the software and the operating system so.

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Chris Feeney: For those that are ideal customer So if you enjoy December 10 We certainly get a company day off so that’s exciting celebrate 10 years or 2020 years of idol so yeah.

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Andy Whiteside: yields integrity birthday, we all work twice as hard to that’s how we look at.

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Chris Feeney: working hard.

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Andy Whiteside: Alright well thanks for joining Chris maybe we should do a corporate blog next week on the birthday thing i’m sure there’ll be something if there hadn’t already been probably has been.

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Chris Feeney: Probably knowing Jen I suspect something with a drop on the on the Friday so.

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Andy Whiteside: Well, gentlemen, I appreciate it i’m moving on to the next thing, but as always it’s great to do this and we just keep pushing out the content and hopefully.

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Andy Whiteside: Hopefully folks that I gel in the customer base and in the Community, get value out of some of these because we like doing it keep doing.

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Andy Whiteside: Alright guys thanks thanks for joining we’ll see you next time.

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Chris Feeney: Take care.

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Sebastien Perusat: See you bye bye.