35.9 Novell iFolder 3. x Implementation and Maintenance

The following implementation pointers are provided only as introductory information. To begin using Novell iFolder, see the Novell iFolder 3.x Administration Guide .

35.9.1 Managing Novell iFolder 3.1 x

You manage Novell iFolder through the iFolder Management Console, which you can access directly or through iManager. For more information, see Accessing iManager and the Novell iFolder 3 Plug-In in the Novell iFolder 3.x Administration Guide .

35.9.2 Configuring Novell iFolder Servers

Before you let users log in to the Novell iFolder 3. x server, complete the setup tasks in Configuring the iFolder Enterprise Server (and Configuring the iFolder Web Access Server if desired) in the Novell iFolder 3.x Administration Guide .

35.9.3 Creating and Enabling Novell iFolder 3. x Users

To provide user access to Novell iFolder 3. x:

  1. Provision eDirectory User objects for iFolder 3. x.

  2. Enable the User Account Policies for iFolder access.

  3. (Optional) Enable Account Quotas (Space Limits) for the user accounts.

  4. Create iFolders for users.

  5. Distribute the iFolder Client to users.

For more information, see Managing an iFolder Web Access Server in the Novell iFolder 3.x Administration Guide .

35.9.4 Novell iFolder 3. x Maintenance

The following implementation pointers are provided only as introductory information. To begin using Novell iFolder, see the Novell iFolder 3.x Administration Guide .

Managing the Novell iFolder System

As the Novell iFolder service load increases, you might need to increase the server capacity by installing additional RAM or adding disk space and perform other maintenance tasks. For help, see the following sections in the Novell iFolder 3.x Administration Guide :

Consulting the Novell iFolder Documentation

Novell iFolder documentation includes the following guides:

  • Novell iFolder 3.x Administration Guide : Provides comprehensive information for administrators on configuring and managing Novell iFolder servers in the enterprise environment and includes the following:

    • A conceptual overview

    • Scenarios for deployment

    • Planning and management issues

    • Instructions for using the iManager to manage Novell iFolder 3. x

  • iFolder User Guide for Novell iFolder 3.2 : Provides comprehensive information on installing, managing, and using the Novell iFolder client on workstations and laptops and includes the following:

    • A conceptual overview

    • Scenarios for use

    • Instructions for setting Novell iFolder client preferences

    • Information on securely accessing files from a handheld device or using a Web browser and Novell NetDrive

  • Novell iFolder 3.2 for Open Enterprise Server SP2 Linux : Provides information on known issues for the Novell iFolder server and client.

  • Novell iFolder 3.x Security Administrator Guide : Provides information for security administrators.