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34.2.3. Create Profile

Give this system a name in the Create Profile so that you can readily identify when you use the management features of the Red Hat Network. This stage of the registration process also submits a profile of the system hardware and a list of the packages installed on the system to the Red Hat Network. Click the View Hardware Profile or View Package Profile buttons to see the information that will be sent. Deselect the hardware profile or package profile check boxes if you do not want to send these profiles to the Red Hat Network.
Create Profile
Firstboot Create Profile screen
Figure 34.6. Create Profile


 
 
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