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OES 1 SP2 Documentation

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10/25/2006
Novell Open Enterprise Server is a secure, highly available suite of services that provides proven networking, communication, collaboration and application services in an open, easy-to-deploy environment.

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File Services

Access to File Services platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
See Access Control. L & N  
See File System Security. L & N  
See Novell Client. L & N  
Backup platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
See Backup. L & N  
See iFolder 2. L & N  
See iFolder 3. L & N  
Browser Access to Files platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
See NetStorage L & N  
FTP platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
Configuring NetWare FTP Server N html  
FAQs N html  
Features of the NetWare FTP Server N html  
FTP Server on SLES 9 L html  
Managing and Administering N html  
Server Messages N html  
iFolder 2.1x platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
Client, Installing and Using L & W Clients html  
Client, Understanding L & W Clients html  
Configuring L & N html  
FAQs L & W Clients html  
First iFolder Server, Configuring L & N html  
Graphical Overview L & N html  
Initializing an Account L & W Clients html  
Installing on OES Linux L html  
Installing on OES NetWare N html  
Monitoring L & N html  
Planning L & N html  
Readme L & N html  
Reports, Generating L & N html  
Server, Understanding L & N html  
Servers, Managing L & N html  
Synchronizing L & N html  
User Accounts, Managing L & N html  
User LDAP Servers, Managing L & N html  
Web Access to iFolder Data L & W Clients html  
iFolder 3.x platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
Accounts and Preferences, Managing L M & W Clients html  
Clustering L html  
Coexistence and Migration L html  
Configuring L html  
Getting Started for Users L M & W Clients html  
Graphical Overview L html  
iFolder Client, Using L M & W Clients html  
Installing L html  
Managing Enterprise Server L html  
Managing iFolders L html  
Managing iFolder Users L html  
Managing Web Access Server L html  
Managing with iManager L html  
NetWare doesn't support iFolder 3. N        
Readme L html  
Securing Enterprise Server communications L html  
Securing Web Access Server Communications L html  
Security Best Practices L html  
SSL Certificates, Managing L html  
Troubleshooting L M & W Clients html  
Understanding L html  
Understanding User Services L M & W Clients html  
Updating L html  
Users, Provisioning for iFolder Services L M & W Clients html  
Web Access, Using L M & W Clients html  
Macintosh AFP platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
Administrator Tasks N html  
End User Tasks N html  
Graphical Overview - High Level N html  
NetWare supports AFP by default. N  
OES Linux doesn't include AFP support. L  
Troubleshooting Access N html  
Understanding AFP Support on NetWare N html  
NetStorage on OES Linux platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
Administering L html  
End User Services L html  
Graphical Overview L html  
Graphical Overview - High Level L & N html  
Installing L html  
Troubleshooting L html  
Understanding L html  
NetStorage on OES NetWare platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
Administering N html  
End User Services N html  
Graphical Overview L html  
Graphical Overview - High Level L & N html  
Installing N html  
Troubleshooting N html  
Understanding N html  
Samba (CIFS) platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
Access, Providing L html  
Caveats L html  
Component Information L html  
Graphical Overview L html  
Home Directories and Samba L html  
Home Directory Creation Methods L html  
Implementing L html  
NSS Considerations L html  
Passwords L html  
Private Directories L html  
Security Implications L html  
Starting L html  
Stopping L html  
Troubleshooting L html  
Understanding L html  
User Tasks L html  
UNIX NFS platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
Graphical Overview - High Level N html  
Working with UNIX Machines N html  
Windows (CIFS) platforms view size mm/dd/yyyy
Administrator Tasks N html  
Graphical Overview - High Level N html  
Installed by default. No client setup required. N  
OES Linux support. See Samba (CIFS). N  
Primary Domain Controller (NetWare Acting as) N html  
Troubleshooting N html  
Understanding N html  
User Tasks N html  

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