A web based GUI for managing PXE boot and optionally managing DHCP service. Also supports creating and serving Kickstart and preseed scripts. This provides a client install in one click. This is a generic framework created to work with anything that's PXE bootable.
Adding new hosts can be done via "PXE enrollment" where the client PXE boots to enroll into OneClickKick.
Easily integrated with existing naming sources such as NIS and LDAP for central lookup of host and mac address information.
OneClickKIck can also be integrated with FreeIPA (www.freeipa.org) to allow adding and modifying hosts directly in IPA.
- DHCP server configuration (redundant DHCP is an option)
- PXE boot configuration
- Enrollment of new hosts via PXE boot
- Automated unattended (kickstart) installations
- Professional support contracts available!
- Red Hat support
- Fedora support
- CentOS support
- Ubuntu support
- Debian support
- Linux Mint support
- Slackware support
- Hardware diagnose
- BIOS upgrades
- LIVE environments (UBCD, etc)
- Kerberos authentication
- Supports NIS/LDAP naming sources for host and mac address info
- Support for integration with FreeIPA (www.freeipa.org)
- ++ much more
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I'm not able to get it worked in RHEL 6.5 OS. The program does not see that dhcpd.conf file is writable and I changed the program to see if dhcpd.conf is writable, but it goes through the final step where I click Finish but when I click Finish, it comes back to the original first page. Please let me know the complete instructions. Thank you
A great product : niche market. If you are looking for a dhcp/kickstart/pxe server that can do it all, look no further. Great support. Easy to set up and use(assuming you have system administrator experience) We use it to mass clone drives (clonezilla) use it as our protected lan server / router / dhcp server. Add SAMBA and you have a backup (file by file) solution, add in diagnostics and PXE boot OS installs. Runs great on an atom box with 2gb of ram and we have added plenty of extras to it.