Changing your personal NDS information
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Posted: 18 Jan 2001
There are a few ways to do this, and I suspect you have tried some of them! The problem is probably that you don't have the proper permissions to write changes to your user object. Contact the system administrator to either give you write permission, or have him/her make the change for you.
If you do have the proper permissions, but want to know a utility to do this, then here are a couple of suggestions:
- The easiest way is to Right-Click on the red "N" at the bottom right corner of your desktop. From the menu box that appears, choose "User Administration." for your Tree. Then choose "Personal Information" and make any changes there.
- You can also use the NWAdmin utility to do this. If you have not done so already, map a drive to the SYS:\Public directory. Go into the win32 directory and double click on NWAdmn32.exe. Select your user object (your login ID), and enter changes in the box that opens.
- Finally, you can use the ConsoleOne utility obtainable from the NDK website: http://developer.novell.com/ndk/nco.htm
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