ch14 - Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server for NetWare...

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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server for NetWare and Linux Chapter 14 Planning and Implementing Novell OES on Linux
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 Objectives After reading this chapter and completing the activities, you will be able to: Identify the Novell services included with SUSE Linux Create eDirectory objects and enable eDirectory users to access Linux services Use NetWare Core Protocol to enable access to Linux directories from Windows systems Create NSS volumes on a Linux server and enable access from Windows clients via Samba Describe the steps in setting up iPrint on a Linux server
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 3 Overview of Novell Services in SUSE Linux Major Novell services not automatically installed NSS iFolder Novell Cluster Services Services can be installed using YaST
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 4 Services in the System Menu YaST System menu services Novell Cluster Services (NCS) Novell Storage Services (NSS) Storage Management Services (SMS)
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 5 Services in the Network Services Menu YaST options for setting up and configuring network services eDirectory eGuide iManager iFolder iPrint Novell Samba NCP Server NetStorage
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 6 Services in the Security and Users Menu Used to create and manage users and groups Linux User Management (LUM) Used to synchronize eDirectory users with local Linux users Stored in the etc/passwd file
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 7 eDirectory Services in SUSE Linux Directory services play a critical role In authenticating users on the network Novell services require users to have eDirectory user accounts Native Linux services use Portable Operating System Interface (POSIX) user accounts Linux User Management (LUM) Enables eDirectory users to function as POSIX users on Linux servers
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Hands-On Novell Open Enterprise Server 8 Working with Linux User Management
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