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Deploying ZENworks Adaptive Agent by using Active Directory Group Policy Objects (GPO)



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December 30, 2008 12:36 pm

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This article helps you to automate the deployment of ZENworks 10 Configuration Management Adaptive Agent to devices in an Active Directory domain using Group Policy Objects.

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How does he know if you’ve been naughty or nice? He uses Novell’s identity management solutions.



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December 23, 2008 12:33 pm

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In what could be the world’s largest deployment of an identity management solution, find out how the “big guy” manages six billion identities around the globe to ensure he can fulfill the wishes of all good boys and girls. Enjoy this fun video and see how Novell can help customers meet their mission-critical demands during …

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ZENworks 7.5 Asset Management SQL, Default Domain Password Policy Installation Error



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December 22, 2008 1:04 pm

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Have you ever received a password error relating to the domain policy while trying to install ZENworks 7.5 Asset Management (ZAM)? Here’s a simple solution to this annoying problem.

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Solution for iprintman Error after Installing Open Enterprise Server 2



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December 19, 2008 2:55 pm

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After installing Open Enterprise Server 2, iprintman CLI fails with Authorization Error. Here is a tip from Vijayababu Dandi on how to fix it.

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Open Enterprise Server 2 SP1 ID Transfer Migration Tips



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December 18, 2008 5:01 pm

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With OES2 SP1, Novell has released an “ID Transfer” feature as part of the OES2 Migration Tools. This new feature allows you to do what the former Migration Wizard did, which is allow a destination server to take the place of your source server. This new tool Transfers your source to an OES2 Linux destination, something the Migration Wizard did not support.

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You got your Training in my GroupWise!



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December 18, 2008 4:02 pm

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GroupWise 8 has a very nice set of web based training in the help menu. Go to Help > Training and Tutorials and your web browser will open with the BrainStorm web based training. Here’s how you can easily see that training from inside of GroupWise.

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Here, let me drive



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December 18, 2008 3:55 pm

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You know how as an IT person, you try explaining something to a user, but you are in a hurry to get to the next fire, so you say “Here, let me drive.”? Now, you don’t even need to leave your desk. With GroupWise 8 you can configure a folder to display things exactly how the user is requesting, and then SEND THEM THE SETTINGS! That’s right, you can get everything set just right, and then send the settings to as many users as you would like.

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Presentations from 2008 Fall Customer Advisory Board Summit



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December 18, 2008 3:44 pm

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The presentations from the summit

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Example of a Use for a Toolkit Rule in Identity Manager

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December 17, 2008 9:23 am

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If you have been following along my series on toolkit rules, this is a no-brainer to extend the default rule we left off with at the end of part 3. In fact, it is a nice way to do it internal to the Identity Manager system itself.

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Selling to a Small Business Part 4: Building a plan and a proposal



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December 17, 2008 7:03 am

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The great thing about working with small businesses is the lack of formality that is so prevalent with larger enterprises. After all, you’re not expected to turn up to the customer site in a three-piece suit, and the last time you had to wear a tie was to your nephew’s wedding.

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