How to setup Opsi plugin

Opsi is an open source Client Management System for Windows clients, based on Linux servers.

This plugin is used in the management, through a ldap directory, of:

  • Automatic Windows OS installation (unattended or image based)
  • Automatic Windows software distribution and patch management
  • Import Windows hosts from opsi server

Requirements

In order to use opsi plugin, you need to have a opsi server installed and configured in your infrastructure environnement.

In order to install opsi plugin, you need to have installed and configured Systems, Dns and Samba plugins. If you don't knw how to install them, you can take a look at:

Install required packages

debian:

apt-get install fusiondirectory-plugin-opsi

RHEL / CentOS:

yum install fusiondirectory-plugin-opsi

Install required schemas

debian:

apt-get install fusiondirectory-plugin-opsi-schema
fusiondirectory-insert-schema -i /etc/ldap/schema/fusiondirectory/opsi-fd-conf.schema
fusiondirectory-insert-schema -i /etc/ldap/schema/fusiondirectory/opsi-fd.schema

RHEL / CentOS:

yum install fusiondirectory-plugin-opsi-schema
fusiondirectory-insert-schema -i /etc/openldap/schema/fusiondirectory/opsi-fd-conf.schema
fusiondirectory-insert-schema -i /etc/openldap/schema/fusiondirectory/opsi-fd.schema

How to use the opsi plugin

Opsi import

In your FusionDirectory web interface you have now, in the “Addons” section, a new tab and a new icon called “Opsi import” that you can use to import windows hosts, managed by opsi, in your infrastructure :

Opsi

In your FusionDirectory web interface you have now, in the “Administration” section, a new tab and a new icon called “Opsi” that you can use to manage opsi in your infrastructure :

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