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New Resource for OES Upgrade Information



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July 24, 2009 2:32 pm

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Tired of looking all over the place for OES upgrade or migration related materials? Novell’s new Upgrading to OES community page has just gone live.

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Episode IV: Workflow Wrap-Up



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July 24, 2009 11:22 am

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You’ll get some helpful hints as we continue our series with detailed information concerning Parallel Workflow Threads. You will also learn to use Workflow Variables.

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Geeko Builder: The Sequel



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July 24, 2009 10:38 am

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Last month Novell released GeekoBuilder 1.0 and since that time we’ve seen lots of great Geekos built. We didn’t want to the fun to end, so our team has added new options to create even more avatars. Go here to check out the new clothing options, backgrounds and accessories. While you’re there don’t forget to …

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Keeping It Relevant: Bringing Order to Informational Chaos with Novell Teaming 2

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July 24, 2009 8:27 am

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If you haven’t seen it yet, check out this article by Ken Baker in the Novell Connection magazine. Learn about the relevance dashboard and other new features in Novell Teaming 2.

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Manual Removal of iFolder 3.7 with Re-installation on OES 2 Linux



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July 23, 2009 10:33 am

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In the process of getting iFolder 3.7 to run on an OES 2 Linux server I had a bout of power outages that resulted in a corruption of the root partition and guess which part caught the corrupted blocks. Yep, iFolder’s data store. I toyed with it for a while and then decided to just re-install it, especially since no one was using it yet. Here is what I did to get it all back up and running.

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Security is the #1 barrier to cloud adoption



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July 23, 2009 4:22 am

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Managing user access, data storage and compliance are critical issues for most organizations. Currently, enterprise organizations that wish to do business in the cloud are offered limited, predesigned security features that are packaged as a part of a cloud provider’s service agreement. Cloud and SaaS providers are beginning to see that security is the #1 …

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Caveats when using Symantec NetBackup 6.5.x with Novell OES2 SP1 Linux



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July 22, 2009 5:01 pm

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Things to consider if you are thinking of purchasing Symantec NetBackup or if you already own it and are thinking of upgrading NetWare to OES2 SP1 Linux.

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GroupWise 8 – 3 node Cluster (OES2) – Scripts for YOU!



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July 22, 2009 4:40 pm

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Do you want to do a GroupWise 8, 3 node Cluster with NSS Volumes on OES2 Linux? If so then here are your scripts! This should make your life a lot easier in the trenches!

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Change we need



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July 22, 2009 11:16 am

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Novell, along with 70 companies, academic institutions, and other organizations including Red Hat and Oracle, have just announced a coalition to promote the use of open source by the federal government. The organization, known as Open Source for America, will be dedicated to serving as a centralized advocate to encourage broader U.S. Federal Government support …

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Email Efficiency & Etiquette



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July 21, 2009 3:46 pm

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Received training today about how to improve your efficiency around email, files and find…Training was sponsored by Novell, presented by Tim Burress and attended by mostly Novell Services personnel.

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