Filtered by: Upgrading to OES
Open Enterprise Server 11 is now live!
Submitted by: gldavis on Tue. 12.13.2011
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, End-User Computing, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions
Topic: Upgrade, Upgrading to OES, Why Novell is Cool, Workgroup
Product: NetWare, Open Enterprise Server
Did you miss BrainShare? Check out the cool new file and print innovations coming soon to NetWare and OES customers.
Submitted by: gldavis on Thu. 10.27.2011
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions
Topic: All-Tech OES, Android, Enterprise Desktop, File Management, File Transfer, Folders, iPhone, iPrint, Linux, Upgrading to OES
Product: iFolder, Linux, NetWare, Open Enterprise Server
Currently, Novell doesn't support an in-place upgrade from NetWare to OES. This has prevented some customers from upgrading to OES.
To address this shortcoming, Novell Consulting is investigating a procedure that allows customers to perform an in-place upgrade when certain prerequisites are met.
Submitted by: mweiss2 on Mon. 10.03.2011
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, End-User Computing, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions
Topic: Administration, All-Tech OES, Backup/Restore, Best Practices, Concepts, Deployment, Disaster Recovery, General, Installation, Migration, NetWare, OES Migration, Tips for Administrators, Tools and Utilities, Upgrade, Upgrading to OES
Product: NetWare, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Appliance Toolkit, SUSE Studio, SUSE Studio, Workgroup
Looking to add SLES10SP4 to your OES2 servers?
This question has come up many times lately on the support forums. So I figured I'd write a little guide on how to migrate your NetWare SLPDA to OES2 OpenSLP.
This is the last in my series of OES2 Rolling cluster upgrade from NetWare. If you have already clustered your iPrint Map code and want to simply migrate it over to OES2, here's one way to do this.