Filtered by: Data Synchronizer
I have created a web view of datasync information for my non datasync admins. This is a PHP webpage that pulls the data directly out of the postgresql database that datasync uses. There are no modifications to the database. This webpage simply queries the database for the information and then displays that information in an easy to read format.
Here's a script from Dan Taylor that will help you find information in the Data Synchronizer log files.
Novell announced immediate availability for the latest update for GroupWise 2012. GroupWise 2012 SP1 is now available!!!
Submitted by: dlythgoe on Fri. 09.21.2012
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, End-User Computing
Topic: Collaboration, Supported
Product: Conferencing, Data Synchronizer, GroupWise, NetWare, Open Enterprise Server, Vibe, Workgroup, ZENworks
I wanted to share some information about some recent new articles and some new competitive collateral that Product Management and Product Marketing have been developing.
Novell releases latest update for Novell Data Synchronizer! Get the latest mobility release that further supports your users and their devices!
Submitted by: dlythgoe on Wed. 08.22.2012
Filed Under: GroupWise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, End-User Computing, Data Synchronizer Cool Solutions
Product: Data Synchronizer, GroupWise
We wanted to be able to allow our users to enroll themselves in our DataSync server. And we wanted to let them know when they were set up, so that they could configure their devices. Adding the users to the system through LDAP is easy. The problem is, some users get set up quick, while others can take a bit. And then sometimes there's a random error and they're not set up at all. So, how can you tell the user when their account is set up, without someone having to watch things and tell them? The answer is easier than you think...