Novell® ConsoleOne™ provides a Java-based foundation for graphical utilities that manage and administer network resources from different locations and platforms. Previously, administrators had to load and unload various products to manage different resources. ConsoleOne provides a single point of control from which to administer all Novell products, as well as external products.
It is divided into the following sections:
This guide is intended to developers to create snap-ins for managing specific resources.
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