To control the behavior of Novell Remote Manager on Linux, you can specify the options listed in the HTTPSTKD configuration file in /etc/opt/novell/httpstkd.conf. This information is in the default configuration file when installing a new server. If you modify the settings, you can view the default file settings in the /etc/opt/novell/httpstkd.conf.org file.
If you are upgrading your server, you might need to update or add the information and settings noted if you want the applicable functionality.
To edit the /etc/opt/novell/httpstkd.conf file in Novell Remote Manager:
Log in to Novell Remote Manager as the root user of the target server.
Click theicon in the header frame.
On the Novell Remote Manager Configuration Options page, click> .
Modify the settings.
To keep the changes, click.
The main content frame opens to the /etc/opt/novell folder. You can verify the date and time on the file.for the
Restart the httpstkd daemon to apply the changes.
Click theicon to return to the Configuration Options page.
Under, click .
The following options are available for controlling the behavior of Novell Remote Manager on Linux: