Synopses & Reviews
Novell has had a long history of providing corporate server/network/administration solutions. With Novell's recent SUSE Linux acquisitions, Novell has turned over a new leaf-their best-selling server software has been reinvented in Linux! And the Novell Open Enterprise Server features the best of both worlds, including top features from NetWare Components, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 Components, and Novell Services.
Author Sander van Vugt provides comprehensively covers this new server product, and takes you through all of the necessary setup stages to get your server running. He then spends ample time discussing the core features like eDirectory, Novell Storage Services, iPrint, and iManager. van Vugt also examines vital administration topics like software management and security, and services like Virtual Directory, Clustering, and Apache Web Server. He even provides an overview of CLE certification, and strategies to prepare for it.
Table of Contents
Part I. Getting Started: Introduction to Open Enterprise Server. Installation of Open Enterprise Server. Migrating to Open Enterprise Server. Introduction to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Connecting to Open Enterprise Server. Management Tools.- Part II. Core Services: eDirectory Management. Managing the User Environment. Managing Security. Novell Storage Services (NSS). File Access. Software Management. Printing.- Part III. Web-based Services: Apache Web Server. eGuide. Messaging. Virtual Office.- Part IV. Advanced Services. DirXML Starter Pack. Clustering.- Appendix A: Quick Guide to CLE Certification.- Appendix B: NetWare Console Commands.- Appendix C: Most Essential Linux Commands.