The build information settings determine how a machine is provisioned.

1

Click the Build Information tab.

2

Select whether machines provisioned from this blueprint are classified as Desktop or Server from the Blueprint type drop-down menu.

This information is for record-keeping and licensing purposes only.

3

Select Create from the Action drop-down menu.

4

Select LinuxKickstartWorkflow from the Provisioning workflow drop-down menu.

5

(Optional) If you are working with a KVM (RHEV) or Hyper-V (SCVMM) blueprint, you can provide an ISO for provisioning. For Hyper-V (SCVMM), you can also select additional profiles to attach to machines provisioned with your blueprint.

a

Select a virtual hard disk from the Virtual hard disk drop-down menu.

b

Select a profile from the Hardware profile drop-down menu.

c

Select a bootable ISO image from the ISO drop-down menu.

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