Novell Open Enterprise Server Administrator's Handbook, NetWare Edition

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Pearson Education, Apr 7, 2005 - Computers - 600 pages
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Novell® Open Enterprise Server Administrator's Handbook, NetWare®  Edition  covers the major components and features of Open Enterprise Server (OES) on the NetWare platform. This book helps you understand how to integrate the benefits of OES in an existing environment. After a brief introduction to the concepts necessary to introduce features, the book focuses on the implementation of OES on the NetWare platform. While this book is not a reference for network theory, protocols or architectures, the administrator will learn about adding open source options, features and technologies that extend the applicability and value of NetWare and how to use the major components and features of OES on NetWare.
 

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Contents

Users and Network Security
Data Security
Novell Cryptographic Services
Identity Manager Bundle Edition
Open Enterprise Server User Access
Backing Up and Restoring Files
Saving Disk Space
OES Printing Services

OES Management Tools
Working with ConsoleOne
Using iManager
Working with iMonitor
Open Enterprise Server Infrastructure
Managing a NetWare Server
Novell eDirectory
Managing eDirectory
Using LDAP with eDirectory
Setting Up a Secure Printing Environment
iFolder Prerequisites
NetWare FTP Server
Part Open Enterprise Server Web Services
OES Web Services
NetWare Login Scripts
Other eDirectory Errors
Index
Copyright

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Novell ®  Open Enterprise Server Administrator's Handbook, NetWare ®  Edition - About the Author

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. He 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. He has a B.S. in Computer Science and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA).

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