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How To: Use Apache to serve SSL to your Customers / Users while connecting non-SSL to your Service Desk.
Designer offers the functionality of storing additional objects that are not modeled in it. These objects are stored in an LDIF container under the Identity Vault. By default, there is no LDIF container. An LDIF container is created when Import Additional Objects or Import Objects from LDIF File into LDIF Container option is selected.
By default, the LDIF container object opens in a text editor. You can use the Apache Directory Studio LDIF Editor to edit the LDIF files in Designer by following the steps given in this cool solution. It can handle LDIF content files as well as the LDIF changetype files. Files with *.ldif appendix are automatically handled by the LDIF Editor.
How to Edit the ApacheAdmin Configuration File to Protect Against Possible Security Vulnerability on NetWare 6.5
Are you concerned about the possible security vulnerability with ApacheAdmin on NetWare 6.5 after installing an OES2 Linux server (see TID 7001907) but don't want to use FILTCFG to restrict access to 2200?
If so, here's another way of restricting access to ApacheAdmin on your NetWare server.
How to Use FILTCFG to Protect Against Possible Security Vulnerability with ApacheAdmin on NetWare 6.5
Are you concerned about the possible security vulnerability with ApacheAdmin on NetWare 6.5 after installing an OES2 Linux server (see TID 7001907)?
Another tip on how to force SSL for GroupWise 8 WebAccess on OES 2 SP1 - Linux.