2.6 Choosing a Server Pattern

After the file copy is complete, the Choose a Pattern page displays and you are given the opportunity to select the type of server you want to install. Clicking on the name of a special-purpose server (pattern) displays a description of that server in the Description window.

The following types of pattern installations are available in OES NetWare:

The following sections provide additional information about the individual installation patterns and the products they will install on your server.

2.6.1 Customized NetWare Server

This option gives you the freedom to install any combination of products you want.

After you select Customized NetWare Server and click Next, the Components page displays and you can choose which additional OES NetWare components to install.

To view a description of a component, place the cursor over the component name.

To select additional components to install, click the check box next to each component you want to install and then click Next.

The displayed default selections can be deselected if desired.

NOTE:The iManager installation might take up to 15 minutes to complete. During this installation, the page does not change.

The Customized NetWare Server pattern gives you the flexibility to install any of the NetWare files needed for setting up a server. Following are some of the components that you might want to select and the reasons for choosing them.

  • iPrint is required for setting up printing on the server. If you select this option, select iManager also.
  • Novell DNS/DHCP Services is required for setting up DNS or DHCP services on the server. If you select this option, select iManager also.
  • Novell iFolder® Storage Services lets you set up a software solution that lets your users’ files follow them across multiple workstations and the Internet. Selecting this component also requires you to select these components:
    • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
    • iManager
    • WAN Connectivity
  • Novell iManager is the cross-platform management console for performing network setup, maintenance, and monitoring tasks. Selecting this component also requires you to select these components:
    • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
    • iPrint
    • Novell DNS/DHCP Services
    • Novell eGuide (eDirectory Address Book Web Application)
    • WAN Connectivity
  • Novell Virtual Office (not available in OES SP2) lets you set up a software solution that lets users set up and manage many of their own networking, information sharing, and data backup processes. It also lets users create project teams, organize projects, and collaborate with team members in real time from any location. Virtual Office optimizes the concept of self service for users, which significantly reduces support calls. Selecting this component also requires you to select these components:
    • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
    • iPrint
    • Novell eGuide (eDirectory Address Book Web Application)
    • Novell iFolder Storage Services
    • Novell iManager
    • Novell NetStorage
    • QuickFinder™ Server
    • WAN Connectivity
  • WAN Connectivity is required for setting up Internet connectivity on the server. If you select this option, select iManager also.

The product components listed in Table 2-1 are installed by default and are needed for basic server operation. They are copied to the server by selecting a Customized server type or any of the pattern installation options.

Table 2-1 Default Components Installed with Customized and Pre-configured Server Patterns

Component

Description

Apache 2 Admin Server 2.0.59

administrative instance of Apache 2

Beans for Novell Services 1.1.0

Java components for rapid development of network applications

ConsoleOne® 1.3.6e and Reporting Snapin

Java-based administration tool for managing Novell and third-party products on a variety of platforms

eDirectory 8.7.3.8

Novell’s cross-platform directory service for controlling users and network resources

eDirectory Management Utilities Toolbox 8.7.3

Java-based tools for accessing eDirectory backend utilities, such as DSRepair, DSMerge, Backup and Restore, and Service Manager, remotely as well as on the server; often referred to as “eMBox”

LDAP Services 8.7.3

Novell’s implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, which provides access to a compliant directory via TCP/IP

NDS iMonitor Services 2.3.0

browser-based utility for cross-platform eDirectory monitoring and diagnosis

NetWare Remote Manager (NRM) 4.0.1

browser-based management utility for server health monitoring

Novell Certificate Server™ 3.2.0

eDirectory component that allows the administrator to mint, issue, and manage digital certificates

Novell International Cryptographic Infrastructure (NICI) 2.7.0

encryption modules that form the basis of security services offered in NetWare

Novell Licensing Services 5.0.2

network service that enables administrators to monitor and control the use of licensed applications on the network

Novell Modular Authentication Services (NMAS™) 3.1.1

login framework that provides developers the ability to integrate multiple authentication services using eDirectory systems

Novell Script for NetWare 2.0

NetWare-based scripting language with PHP and Perl support

Novell TLS Library 2.0.0

cryptographic protocol which provides secure communications on the Internet; successor to Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)

OpenWBEM 3.1

set of management and Internet standard technologies developed to unify the management of enterprise computing environments

Perl 5.8.4

Novell’s implementation of Perl, a general-purpose scripting language for creating scripts on the Web

PHP 5.0.5

Novell’s implementation of PHP, a cross-platform, HTML-embedded, general purpose, server-side scripting language that is used to create dynamic Web pages

Pervasive SQL 2000i 7.9.4

relational database management system for NetWare internal use

Secure Authentication Services 1.7.5

network service that facilitates authentication for applications, and that manages cryptography used by authentication and communication services such as Secure Socket Layer (SSL)

Storage Management Services™ (SMS) 1.1.5

device-independent services that enable a user to back up or restore the eDirectory database, the file system, or an individual workstation’s hard disk

Tomcat 4 Admin Instance 4.1.31

administrative instance of Tomcat 4

After selecting the components you want and clicking Next, continue with Section 2.7, Verifying Products to Install.

2.6.2 Basic Netware File Server

This option installs only the basic NetWare operating system. This option is appropriate if you want to get the server up and running quickly and install products later. The Basic NetWare File Server option copies only the components needed for a basic NetWare server, which are those shown in Table 2-1.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.3 Pre-Migration Server

This option installs a NetWare server that an existing server will be migrated to at a later time using the NetWare Migration Wizard utility. The Migration Wizard connects the servers involved in a migration using one of two methods, SLP or the sys:\etc\hosts file.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The Pre-Migration Server option copies only the files needed for a Pre-Migration server, including those for the following products:

  • eDirectory
  • NDS iMonitor Services
  • NetWare Remote Manager
  • Novell Certificate Server
  • Novell International Cryptographic Infrastructure (NICI)
  • Novell Licensing Services
  • Novell Modular Authentication Services (NMAS)
  • Novell Script for NetWare (for PHP and Perl support)
  • Novell TLS Library
  • Perl
  • Pervasive SQL 2000i
  • PHP
  • Secure Authentication Services
  • Storage Management Services (SMS)

In order to successfully complete a migration, either the sys:\etc\hosts file on the Pre-Migration Server must contain the IP address and server name of the source server involved in the migration, or SLP must be configured on the Pre-Migration Server.

For instructions on how to configure SLP on this server, see Installing IP and IPX.

After completing the Pre-Migration Server installation, to modify the sys:\etc\hosts file on the Pre-Migration Server:

  1. On the Pre-Migration Server’s server console, enter edit.

  2. Press the Insert key.

  3. Select sys: and press Enter.

  4. Select etc and press Enter.

  5. Select hosts, then press Enter twice.

  6. Add the IP address and server name of the source server involved in the migration project.

    Type the IP address and server name as xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Server_Name.

  7. Save the file.

  8. Run the migration project.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.4 DNS/DHCP Server

This option integrates the Domain Name System (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) into the eDirectory database. Integrating these services into eDirectory provides centralized administration and enterprise-wide management of network (IP) addresses, configuration, and hostnames.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The DNS/DHCP Server option extends the schema for DNS/DHCP and creates a dedicated DNS/DHCP server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • Novell DNS/DHCP Services
  • Novell iManager 2.6
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring DNS/DHCP after the installation, see the Novell DNS/DHCP Services for NetWare Administration Guide for OES.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.5 exteNd J2EE Web Application Server

This option installs a highly optimized configuration of the Novell exteNd Application Server (Enterprise Edition). It is a comprehensive J2EE* server for deploying enterprise-class Web applications. It supports the full Java 2 Enterprise Edition standard: JavaServer* Pages (JSP pages), Enterprise JavaBeans* (EJBs), and all other J2EE 1.3 components and technologies. The Novell exteNd Application Server provides high performance, scalability, and reliability; support for rapid application development; application deployment facilities; and server management facilities.

Also included:

  • A complete set of Web Services for building SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol)-based applications that can use either the light or enterprise edition of the Novell UDDI server.
  • Several working samples that can be modified for your own use. These include the J2EE Pet Store and SilverBooks, both examples of a simple ecommerce application.

IMPORTANT:You must also install Novell exteNd Workbench from the client CD. It is the integrated development environment (IDE) designed specifically to help you build Web Services and J2EE applications and then deploy them to your J2EE server. For information on installing Novell exteNd Workbench, see the Novell exteNd Workbench Release Notes.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The exteNd J2EE Web Application Server option creates a J2EE and Web Services server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • exteNd J2EE Web Application Server
  • MySQL
  • Novell eGuide
  • Novell iManager 2.6
  • WAN Connectivity
  • WAN Traffic Manager Services
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring an exteNd J2EE Web Application Server after the installation, see the Novell exteNd Application Server help.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.6 LDAP Server

This option installs Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) Services for Novell eDirectory. This is a server application that lets LDAP clients (for example, Netscape* Communicator, Internet Explorer, or the Novell Import Conversion Export utility) access information stored in eDirectory. LDAP Services includes access to the following eDirectory features through LDAP: provisioning, account management, authentication, authorization, identity management, notification, reporting, qualification, and segmentation.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The LDAP Server option creates an LDAP server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

For information about configuring LDAP after the installation, see the “Configuring LDAP Services for Novell eDirectory” chapter of the Novell eDirectory 8.7.3 Administration Guide.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.7 NetWare AMP (Apache, MySQL, PHP, and PERL) Server

This option lets you host Web database applications on your OES NetWare server. Available from the open-source community, Web database applications can be downloaded from the World Wide Web and easily deployed to your NetWare AMP server. Additionally, if you are familiar with the structured query language (SQL) and PHP or PERL scripting languages, you can develop and host your own Web database applications.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The NetWare AMP (Apache, MySQL, PHP, and PERL) Server option creates a NetWare AMP server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • MySQL
  • NetWare FTP Server
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.8 NetWare Backup Server

This option provides the infrastructure for backup and restore services on the NetWare platform. It lets you back up targets such as the file system, Novell eDirectory, and GroupWise® to removable tape media for off-site storage. The NetWare Backup Server has been designed to scale with optimized hardware configurations.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The NetWare Backup Server option extends the schema for SMS and creates a dedicated NetWare Backup Server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • Novell iManager 2.6
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring SMS after the installation, see the Storage Management Services Administration Guide.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.9 QuickFinder Server

This option installs the Novell QuickFinder Server, a search engine capable of indexing Web site and file server content. QuickFinder lets you easily add search functionality to your network and Web sites.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The QuickFinder Server option creates a QuickFinder server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • QuickFinder Server
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring QuickFinder after the installation, see the QuickFinder Server 4.2 Administration Guide.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.10 Network Attached Storage (NAS) Server

This option gives you multiple file protocol storage for your network. NetWare supports Native File Access protocols (NFAPs), including Windows Networking (CIFS), Novell Networking (NCP™), UNIX/Linux Networking (NFS), Macintosh Networking (AFP), and Web Storage (HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and WebDAV). Multiplatform clients and application servers can access storage using their native protocols. This deployment includes NetStorage, which allows for Web-based sharing of and access to files. From any Web client, or through WebDAV for sharing, all your data is securely accessible. OES NetWare is able to drop into and integrate with any of these environments seamlessly, as well as bridge these environments together.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The Network Attached Storage (NAS) Server option creates a NAS server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • NetWare FTP Server
  • Novell NetStorage
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring NetStorage after the installation, see the OES NetStorage Administration Guide for NetWare.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.11 Novell iPrint Server

This option installs Novell's recommended print solution. Novell iPrint lets users install printers and manage print jobs using an existing Internet connection and a Web browser. iPrint generates a Web page containing a list of available printers and lets administrators create maps with printer locations that aid users in finding the printer closest to them.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The Novell iPrint Server option installs and creates a dedicated iPrint server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • iPrint
  • Novell iManager 2.6
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring iPrint after the installation, see the OES iPrint Administration Guide for NetWare.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.12 Apache/Tomcat Server

This option lets you deploy and host servlets and Java Server Pages (JSPs). It installs Apache Web Server 2.0 and the Jakarta-Tomcat Servlet Container 4.1 for use in hosting dynamic, application-driven Web sites. Novell eDirectory Java LDAP beans are also included to provide a broad range of eDirectory authentication and identity mechanisms that are customized for use in setting up browser-based access to protected information.

If you need more functionality than you can get from servlets and JSPs, consider installing the exteNd J2EE Web Application Server pattern instead.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The Apache/Tomcat Server option creates an Apache/Tomcat server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • MySQL
  • Novell eGuide
  • Novell iManager 2.6
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring the Apache Web Server after the installation, see the Apache Web Server for NetWare Administration Guide for OES.

For information about configuring Tomcat after the installation, see the Tomcat for NetWare Administration Guide for OES.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.13 Novell Nsure Audit Starter Pack Server

This option installs the centralized auditing service that is built into OES NetWare. The auditing service collects security and system event data, filters the collected information to trigger real-time e-mail notifications, and enables centralized logging to a single data store.

NOTE:Novell Nsure Audit Starter Pack Server is not included in NetWare 6.5 SP6. See Section 1.2.3, Product-Specific Notes for more information.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The Novell Nsure Audit Starter Pack Server option creates a dedicated auditing server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • MySQL
  • Novell eGuide (eDirectory Address Book Web Application)
  • Novell iManager 2.6
  • Novell Nsure Audit Starter Pack
  • Nsure Audit Instrumentation
  • Nsure Audit Platform Agent
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring the Novell Nsure Audit Starter Pack Server after the installation, see the Novell Nsure Audit 1.0.3 Administration Guide.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.14 iSCSI SAN Storage Server

This option creates an iSCSI Storage Server (also known as an iSCSI Target) out of an OES NetWare server. The iSCSI Storage Server includes LDAP access control so you can limit the servers on the iSCSI SAN that can access the storage on the iSCSI Storage Server.

iSCSI is an industry standard that lets you build low-cost, fully functional Storage Area Networks (SANs) using commodity LAN (Ethernet) hardware.

HINT:Improved storage system performance is possible with Gigabit Ethernet hardware.

With iSCSI, existing direct-attached or SAN-attached servers can be redeployed as iSCSI Storage Servers. This lets you improve the manageability and deployment of your storage while also adding high availability with Novell Cluster Services™, which Novell’s iSCSI Storage Server fully supports.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The iSCSI SAN Storage Server option creates a dedicated iSCSI SAN Storage server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • iSCSI Target
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring the iSCSI SAN Storage Server after the installation, see the iSCSI 1.1.3 Administration Guide for NetWare 6.5.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.15 Management Server

This option installs Novell iManager 2.6 and Novell ConsoleOne 1.3.6 network administration software. Both products together provide a complete management solution for your OES NetWare server.

Novell iManager 2.6 provides a single Web-based management console for the administration of Novell products in OES. iManager standardizes all Novell Web-based administration utilities on a single management framework. iManager also provides a best-of-breed architecture for easy development of Web-based administration and management modules through open standard application interfaces.

Novell ConsoleOne 1.3.6 is the latest version of Novell’s Java-based GUI network management application.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 800 MHz processor
  • 512 MB RAM
  • IDE/SCSI
  • 4 GB hard drive

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 1000 MHz processor
  • 1 GB RAM
  • SCSI

Recommended Requirements for Large Systems

  • Xeon Quad processor
  • 4 GB RAM
  • Fibre Channel/iSCSI

The Management Server option creates a dedicated iManager server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • Novell eGuide (eDirectory Address Book Web Application)
  • Novell iManager 2.6
  • iManager plug-ins (.npm files)
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring iManager after the installation, see the Novell iManager 2.5 Administration Guide.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.16 Novell iFolder Storage Services

This option installs Novell iFolder, a software solution that allows your users' files to follow them across multiple workstations and the Internet. With iFolder, each user has a single virtual work folder that provides convenient and secure access to the most recent version of his or her documents. All the user needs is an active Internet connection and the iFolder client or a Web browser. The iFolder server helps guard against local data loss by automatically backing up user's local files to the iFolder server, making them available for regularly scheduled data backup.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The Novell iFolder Storage Services option extends the eDirectory schema for iFolder and creates a dedicated iFolder server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • Novell iFolder Storage Services
  • WAN Connectivity
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring Novell iFolder 2.1 after the installation, see the Novell iFolder 2.1 Installation and Administration Guide.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.

2.6.17 Virtual Office Server

This option addresses the need for users to be self sufficient with their IT needs. Virtual Office lets users set up and manage many of their own networking, information sharing, and data backup processes. It also lets users create project teams, organize projects, and collaborate with team members in real time from any location. Virtual Office optimizes the concept of self service for users, which significantly reduces support calls.

NOTE:Virtual Office was not included in NetWare 6.5 SP5, but it is included in NetWare 6.5 SP6. See Section 1.2.3, Product-Specific Notes for more information.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Single processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Recommended System Requirements

  • Dual processor
  • Server-class PC with a Pentium III 550 MHz or AMD K7 processor
  • 1 GB RAM

The Virtual Office Server option creates a Virtual Office server by copying only the files needed, including those for the following products:

  • Apache 2 Web Server and Tomcat 4 Servlet Container
  • iPrint
  • Novell eGuide (eDirectory Address Book Web Application)
  • Novell iFolder Storage Services
  • Novell iManager 2.6
  • Novell NetStorage
  • Novell Virtual Office
  • QuickFinder Server
  • WAN Connectivity
  • Files installed by default. See Table 2-1.

For information about configuring Virtual Office after the installation, see the Novell Virtual Office Configuration Guide.

After selecting this option, click Next and then proceed to Section 2.8, Verifying Pattern Selection.