This document describes how to create directories and files and secure access to them on a Novell® Open Enterprise Server. It discusses file system management issues, such as file system trustees, trustee rights, inherited rights filters, and directory and file attributes for the Novell Storage Services™ (NSS) File System on Linux* and NetWare® and for the NetWare Traditional File System. For information about managing traditional Linux file systems and POSIX* access control lists, see the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 Administration Guide.
This guide is divided into the following sections:
This guide is intended for network administrators and users.
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