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Updated: Finding devices that are no longer contacting Novell DataSync.
The fully searchable, March 2013 edition of the free GroupWise Resource Archive from Advansys is now available to the GroupWise Community.
This document covers the tools and process for moving entries from GroupWise Document Management to Novell Vibe.
While BrainShare has been a personal distraction for a few weeks and the GroupWise blog has suffered, the engineering team has steadily made progress in a variety of areas. Here is an update!
Submitted by: dlythgoe on Mon. 02.25.2013
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, End-User Computing
Topic: Collaboration, GroupWise Mobile Server (GMS), Supported
Product: Data Synchronizer, GroupWise
BrainShare attendees got a first look at recently released Novell File Reporter 2.0 product and were impressed with improved ease of installation, ease of use, and advanced reporting capabilities.
This article documents many of the settable parameters which control the behavior of the Novell Client 2 SP3 for Windows, which is supported on Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2012. It is organized under the following sections, corresponding to the tabs on the Novell Client Configuration page, along with a number of settings for which no user interface currently exists.
CleanIt for GroupWise 7.0, 8.0 & 2012 (now in beta)
You are invited to attend this month’s Technical Solutions Training Webinar. In this webinar, learn about challenges for backup and disaster recovery, and the latest in help desk trends and best practices. This webinar is part one of a two-part series featuring the best of BrainShare 2013.
Ever wonder if you can move an NSS disk from an old OES server to a new one and save the Trustee? Here's the answer, from Massimo Rosen.
Want to show company holidays, weekends, and other general calendar items to everyone in your Vibe group? Here's how you do it
Roselle School District 12 near Chicago, IL, USA worked with Novell Platinum Partner, Adaris Technologies, to help them get started with using Vibe. With Adaris' help, it only took three months for them to implement it and start using it in the classroom. Read on to see how students today are learning to collaborate using Novell Vibe.
The new year is well and truly underway, including BrainShare! The fully searchable, January 2013 edition of the free GroupWise Resource Archive is now available for the GroupWise Community.
Announcing the GroupWise 2012 Administrator's Guide by Willem Bagchus. You don't want to miss this great read!
This is part 4. As plans, decisions and schedules are finalized regarding Windermere – there are several things to share and socialize in order to help you and your organization move forward with Novell and GroupWise.
I thought we were done with a three part series, but it looks like we have a few more points to discuss and share with you. I would like to say this will be the last such blog submission, but I don’t want to be called a liar when we end up doing a part 5. I guess we will just have to see.
Extensive new reporting capabilities in in File Reporter 2.0, including Permissions reports.
New mobile management capabilities in Storage Maanger 3.1
Submitted by: buckgashler on Mon. 01.21.2013
Filed Under: Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, File Management Suite
Topic: Active Directory, Announcements, Data migration, eDirectory, File Management, Migration, OES Migration, Reporting
Product: File Management Suite, File Reporter, Storage Manager
GWCheck is doing a GW Utility Needs Survey, to get a better grip on what people need with their GroupWise...
Novell Service Desk has an outstanding set of APIs which you can access using SOAP calls to WSDL interfaces. If you've recognised most of the words in that sentence then this series of articles will show you how to use the APIs to do stuff. I should say that this is the first ;)