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This article teaches you how to change the settings in Novell Teaming so all users start on the same page.
ZENworks can tell the difference between Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows 7. Don't make it treat them all the same.
Submitted by: dmichael on Fri. 05.07.2010
Filed Under: ZENworks Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, All Tech, All the Time
Topic: All-Tech ZENworks, Configuration, Shortcuts, Tips for Administrators, Upgrade, Versions, Windows, Windows XP, Workgroup, Workstation Association, ZENworks
Product: ZENworks, ZENworks Configuration Management, ZENworks for Desktops
I was recently asked to configure Mac Address authentication for our wireless network, on top of our existing Freeradius/eDirectory authentication mechanism. It took some tweaking to get it to work the way we wanted, but it is working. And I learned quite a bit more about Freeradius along the way.
In the User Application, there is the ability to show and hide certain attributes from the rest of the users when performing Directory Searches or an Organization Chart lookup. However, once the attribute is marked as hidden it can not be viewed by anyone within the User Application. How can one override this default behavior within the User Application?
After doing a pre-migration of a Volume from NetWare 6.5 SP7 to SLES10-SP2 w/ OES2-SP1 all of the file structures appeared to be correct. We did this "Pre-migration" in order to copy the bulk of our user files prior to doing a final sync and pointing to the new volume on the new server. But after the sync, we found that some of the source files and the destination files had the EXACT same size, creation date, and modified date, but the content was different. Here is how it went down.
Submitted by: mbruner1 on Thu. 01.28.2010
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: File Management, File Transfer, Folders, Migration, Synchronization, Tips for Administrators
Product: Linux, NetWare, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Why do the some of these policies complicate the XPATH expressions with the last() function?