Yes, that's very important. Go to Manage Images --> Edit Image Profiles, and check the required specifications (RAM, processor) for that image. Then, as Dmitri notes, go to Manage Computers --> Edit Computer Information and confirm that at least one computer (in the group you're mapped to) has those specs.
On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 2:51 PM, Dmitri Chebotarov <dcheb...@gmu.edu> wrote: > Adam > > Also, can check if you have available computers (under Manage Computers) > capable hosting the image? > > -- > Thank you, > > Dmitri Chebotarov > Virtual Computing Lab Systems Engineer, TSD - Ent Servers & Messaging > 223 Aquia Building, Ffx, MSN: 1B5 > Phone: (703) 993-6175 > Fax: (703) 993-3404 > > On Monday, June 11, 2012 at 14:47 , Mike Haudenschild wrote: > > Hi Adam, > > Check your image grouping and be sure that whatever image you're > attempting to reserve/update is in a group that has access to one or more > "computers." > > - Manage Images --> Edit Image Grouping (make sure target image is in a > group you're using) > - Manage Images --> Edit Image Mapping (make sure the group is mapped to a > computer group) > - Manage Computers --> Edit Computer Grouping (make sure that at least one > computer is in the computer group to which you mapped the image) > > Permissions in VCL are very three-dimensional and web-like, which means > you have to visit 2 different screens in order to connect all the dots. > > I like to use the "Checkbox Grid" tab on all the screens I mentioned above > -- it's much easier to visualize all the relationships at a glance (except > on exceptionally large VCL implementations). > > Regards, > Mike > > -- > *Mike Haudenschild* > Education Systems Manager > Longsight Group > (740) 599-5005 x809 > m...@longsight.com > www.longsight.com > > > > On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 2:04 PM, Hechler, Adam <hec...@rpi.edu> wrote: > > Hello again,**** > > ** ** > > Well, we’ve run across another stumbling block that I hope someone can > help with. We’ve been able to reproduce it using the same steps so I have > to assume this would be simple for someone to answer.**** > > ** ** > > Windows XP image**** > > ** ** > > Manage Images –> Create/Update an Image -> Reservation ** ** > > RDP into Image (XP), update software, install new packages, etc.**** > > Back to Current Reservation –> Create/Update Image -> Update Existing Image > **** > > (at this point we get the “Update Image” screen telling us that once the > image creation is completed that we should create a new reservation, test > the environment, go back to Current Reservations screen, click End, then > Make this the production revision)**** > > So we get the email that Image Updated Successfully**** > > Go into New Reservation**** > > Connect to XP and take a look around. I need to install some more packages. > **** > > Come back to Current Reservations and click End**** > > But instead of making production revision, we choose just End the > reservation (I have more to do to it).**** > > ** ** > > Gog into Manage Images –> Create/Update an Image -> Reservation again**** > > Choose the latest revision**** > > This time we get a screen telling us that the time requested is not > available and we need to choose a time from the green blocks. The whole > page is green blocks. No matter what we click on it takes us back the > reservation screen which repeats the cycle. **** > > ** ** > > There must be a way to get back into that revision, no? ** ** > > ** ** > > Thanks,**** > > Adam Hechler**** > > Senior Analyst /**** > > PC Systems Administrator**** > > hec...@rpi.edu**** > > (860) 548-2446**** > > Rensselaer at Hartford**** > > ** ** > > ** ** > > ** ** > > > >