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The December 2012 webinar from the Novell Vibe Resource Library team has been published. Now you can watch the webinar to learn how to best use Novell Vibe Public Access.
Submitted by: Vibe_Library on Wed. 01.02.2013
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Vibe Cool Solutions
Topic: Access Control, Automation, Best Practices, Collaboration, Features, File Management, Folders, Forms, Groups, License, Login, Microsoft Office, Novell Teaming Library, Partners, Tips for End Users, Tips for Small Business Owners, Training, Versions, Workflow
Say it, you've been dying to let the public see at least part of your Vibe implementation from just about any device, especially the ever increasing number of popular and not so popular mobile devices. Well, wait no more!
Two PHP Scripts reporting from login scripts. The first script is intended as a help desk tool. Given a server name as a search string it reports all container login scripts containing that string, all users in the affected OUs and all users with home directory attributes that contain that string. Our help desk requested this utility so that in the event of a server outage they had a single utility that would report all the affected users.The second script is a report on login scripts in an eDirectory Tree with a text string search option.
It's a great day for businesses that run Mac desktops - access to network file shares, and mobile file sharing just got easier and better. Novell Open Enterprise Server just released Novell Kanaka for Mac. OES customers entitled to software upgrades can download it now for free at www.novell.com/center.
Submitted by: gldavis on Wed. 01.18.2012
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, End-User Computing, Data Center, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions
Topic: All-Tech OES, Especially for NUI Presidents, Especially for School Administrators, Login, Macintosh, NetWare, Upgrading to OES
Product: NetWare, Novell Client, Open Enterprise Server
This document outlines an example of how to record workstation login times with SecureLogin.
You can't improve login times without measuring how long they are taking. So if you have users complaining about long login times or if you are working on a project to reduce workstation login times the first thing you need to find is a way of measuring and recording how long the logins are taking and this doc is one possible solution to this.