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Betting on Novell Identity Manager



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January 27, 2006 2:51 pm

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Larry Greenemeier of InformationWeek posted an interesting blog entry on the changing identity management market earlier this week.Aside from bringing up the single versus simplified sign-on discussion (a topic for another day), the article raises some interesting points as companies like Oracle look to establish a foothold in the identity management space and position themselves …

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Using RCConsole as a replacement for Wviewnt

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January 27, 2006 12:00 am

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If you were accustomed to using Wviewnt.exe to remote-control machines from the command line, but find it doesn’t work in newer version of ZENworks, check out this tip from Adam Hobbs.

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How to effectively use “Software Inventory Configuration” to manage Software Inventory using ZENworks 7

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January 27, 2006 12:00 am

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This article helps you to understand the effective use of “software Inventory configuration” available in ZENworks 7 Inventory Management component. This in turn, results in a more accurate and manageable software inventory.

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Apps for Linux – early results



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January 26, 2006 12:07 pm

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We recently asked users to tell us what apps they’d most like to see ported to Linux. So far, we’ve had over 500 suggestions. Here’s where we stand : Quickbooks Autocad Photoshop Itunes Dreamweaver Visio Lotus Notes Quicken Macromedia Studio Act! So finance, multimedia, and design seem to be tops. We’ll keep you posted as …

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Masters in Linux down under



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January 25, 2006 12:58 pm

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Novell has teamed up with Charles Sturt University in Australia to offer what we believe is the first Masters Degree focused on Linux. The university decided to debut the degree because of rapid growth in demand for Linux training and expertise. The degree program includes obtaining Novell’s Certified Linux Engineer certification, including passing of the …

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Driving desktop Linux



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January 24, 2006 4:11 pm

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Novell completely agrees with InfoWorld blogger Dave Rosenberg who today wrote, “There is an economic driver for desktop Linux. It will drive more sales of associated products and services from the vendor that offers a full range of Linux choices.”We’ve long believed in the strategic value of Linux on the desktop. Our openSUSE project provides …

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Guest Blog: Bill Claybrook, Market Analyst for Novell



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January 24, 2006 12:04 pm

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Today we’re launching the first of periodic guest blogs from folks associated with Novell who have something to say on important issues that touch Novell’s world. Today’s post is from Bill Claybrook, who handles market analysis on open source and operating environments for Novell. Some of you many know Bill from previous incarnations, including stints …

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Novell lands CODIE nominations



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January 23, 2006 1:54 pm

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More recognition rolling in for Novell products. Novell has landed four finalists in the CODIE award nominations, which cover best technologies in a series of categories. Novell ZENworks 7 Suite for Best Systems Management Solution Novell ZENworks 7 Asset Management for Best Asset Management Solution Novell eDirectory for Best Database Management Solution as well as …

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Consultant’s Corner: GroupWise 7 on OES Linux Clusters

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January 19, 2006 2:33 pm

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Gregg Hinchman recently conducted a Proof of Concept to see if you really could use GroupWise 7 on an OES Linux Cluster. He’s working on an entire White Paper about it, but shares this preliminary take on the ups and downs he experienced.

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Hiding Drives in Windows XP Group Policy

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January 19, 2006 12:00 am

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Wondering how to add options in XP to hide specific drives? Check out these great suggestions, and feel free to add some of your own.

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