This guide is intended for use by professional network and systems administrators during the actual planning, deployment, configuration, and operation of Novell® Linux* Desktop (NLD) in an enterprise environment. As such, it is solely concerned with ensuring that NLD is properly configured and that requisite services on the network are available to allow it to properly function as initially installed. This guide does not cover the process of ensuring that NLD offers proper compatibility with your enterprise’s application software, or that its core functionality meets those requirements. It assumes that a full requirements audit has been done and the installation has been requested or that a test installation, for the purpose of such an audit, has been requested.
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This guide is intended for NLD administrators.
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