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New updates to Novell Storage Manager and Novell Dynamic File Services include significant feature enhancements you'll want to use right away.
Submitted by: buckgashler on Wed. 02.23.2011
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, File Management Suite
Topic: Administration, Announcements, Auditing, Automation, Collaboration, Configuration, Especially for School Administrators, File Management, IT Management, Load balancing, Migration, Notification, Policies, Reporting, Storage, User Management, Windows
Product: eDirectory, File Management Suite, File Reporter, File System Factory, NetWare, Open Enterprise Server, Storage Manager
Do you have Macintosh users authenticating to their OS X workstations through eDirectory? Use this loginHook script to grant them access to the local machine by group and to populate GroupWise with their PO login settings.
Submitted by: jlodom on Tue. 07.07.2009
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Alternatives to Windows, Automation, Command Line, Configuration, Customizing, Especially for School Administrators, Groups, Integration, LDAP, Macintosh, Rights, Scripting, Single Sign-on, Tools and Utilities, User Management
Product: eDirectory, GroupWise, NetWare, Open Enterprise Server
Check out this great story from SC Magazine. See why Will Schneider chose Novell Identity Manager to provision students, faculty and staff at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center.
Alvarado Independent School District leveraged Novell® solutions to make the most of a limited IT budget by automating manual processes. The district uses Novell Identity Manager to automate user provisioning, and implemented Novell ZENworks® to reduce administration time by 45 percent.
We have a lot of student computers running Windows XP (managed by ZfD 7). When the students have finished using the computers they tend to just log off leaving the computers running on full power (often over nights or weekends) instead of shutting them down. But with a little tweaking it is possible to shut down the computer if no user has been logged on for 10 minutes. We also do weekly automated ZEN imaging and the tweak is also a great way to close the computers after the imaging schedule.