At the moment we deploy only CentOS Linux (for automated maintenance and monitoring). As CentOS is based on RHEL, does this mean it is a supported OS for IGEL UMSas well? (It’s not explicitly listed on the UMS prerequisites KB article kb.igel.com/endpointmgmt-5.09/en/installation-on-linux-4253186.html but RHEL is.)
It should, yes. I already used it a few times for ICG / UMS. @member is it just missing or is there a cause?
Sorry for kind of double-posting. But this question is about UMS, not ICG like my other post in the other channel😉 I corrected my question.
Yes, same discussion I believe (corrected my text a bit). Both (UMS & ICG should work on Centos, let’s see what PM says👍
@member Hi Daniel, we don’t officially support CentOS. Sorry. But as Sebastian already said – normally it should work.
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