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When it comes to data protection and security, Novell Open Enterprise provides a number of services and tools to keep what's important to you and your organization safe. Novell Cluster Services, NSS Pool Snapshot, and Archive and Versioning Server are just a few of the items at your disposal. However, many desire an even greater level of protection. That's why Novell supports the efforts of numerous third-party backup and anti-virus vendors who complement what Novell Open Enterprise Server already provides. Find out more about what is in Novell Open Enterprise Server today and take a look at some profiles for vendors who support your environment and data protection needs now.
This Novell Connection article is the first in a three-part series aimed to acquaint you with Novell Open Enterprise Server and perhaps ease some of the anxiety you're feeling about making the jump from NetWare.
Geoffrey Carmen explains why you may run into problems if you want to allow public printing via iPrint and try setting up a user without a password on the account.
Many installation executables require you to enter a password on the command line in order to achieve the installation. This means that your password is on view for all to see in the command line history buffer.
Randy Goddard and Dave Mair tell us about the tools and techniques that they use to help customers troubleshoot their servers.
Submitted by: anonymous (not verified) on Thu. 01.25.2007
Filed Under: SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Linux, Workgroup
Product: Open Enterprise Server, Open Workgroup Suite, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Did you know you can restart your NDPS Manager *without* having to unload it and reload it? Check out this new tip from Bryan Keadle and learn how.