Novell Open Enterprise Server Administrator's Handbook, SUSE LINUX Edition (Google eBook)

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Pearson Education, May 13, 2005 - Computers - 600 pages
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As an administrator of a Novell® Open Enterprise Server (OES) on a SUSE® LINUX system, you are looking for ways to leverage it as a platform for delivering Novell's robust network services. Look no further. Novell Open Enterprise Server Administrator's Handbook, SUSE LINUX Edition  provides you with the information that you need to take advantage of Novell rich array of nework management tools on a SUSE-powered system. By focusing on the implementation of OES on the SUSE LINUX platform, administrators learn how to integrate the benefits of OES in an existing environment. While this is not a reference work for network theory, protocols or architectures, it will provide the reader with a brief introduction to the concepts necessary to understand features of the product.  Novell Open Enterprise Server Administrator's Handbook, SUSE LINUX Edition  provides you with quick access to the information about the technologies, concepts and techniques that you need to get the job done.


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Part I Open Enterprise Server Overview
Chapter 1 Introduction to Open Enterprise Server
Chapter 2 Installing OES for Linux
Chapter 3 Working with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9
Chapter 10 Identity Manager Bundle Edition
Part III Open Enterprise Server User Access
Chapter 11 OES Linux File Storage and Management
Chapter 12 OES Linux File Access
Chapter 13 OES Printing Services
Part IV Open Enterprise Server Web Services
Chapter 14 OES Foundations
Chapter 15 OES Web Services

Chapter 4 OES Linux Clients
Chapter 5 OES Management Tools
Part II Open Enterprise Server Infrastructure
Chapter 6 SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Management
Chapter 7 Novell eDirectory Management
Chapter 8 Users and Network Security
Chapter 9 OES Clustering Services
Part V Appendixes
Appendix A The Most Essential Linux Commands
Appendix B eDirectory Reference Materials
Appendix C Where to Go for More Information

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Mike Latimer has worked at Novell's support organization for ten years, including expert third-level support on GroupWise and eDirectory. Mike is one of the founding members of Novell's SUSE LINUX Server support team, and provides advanced Linux training within the Novell organization, including Linux Professional Institute (LPI) courses and Guru training for Novell's technical staff.

Jeffrey L. Harris, a ten-year veteran of Novell, has worked throughout the Novell organization, including stints in Novell Technical Services, Major Market Sales Operations, Technical/Product Marketing, and Contract Management. Mr. Harris has written books, articles, marketing collateral, and technical white papers on several products and technologies, including directories, network and Internet security, network protocols, and proxy caching. Mr. Harris has a B.S. in Computer Science and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA).

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