The consistency check report’scolumn indicates the path (also referred to as “attributes”) of the user’s assigned home folder. If no path is indicated, it is because the home folder attribute is not set in eDirectory.
Novell Storage Manager allows you to populate any missing home folder attributes or correct attributes that are not configured correctly. You do this by selecting a path and looking for a match on each user’s ID. You also have the option to overwrite an existing attribute based on a match found.
If no home folder exists for the user, Novell Storage Manager can create one automatically when the target path for the home folder is indicated in the policy. For more information, see Section 4.5, Standardizing User Home Folder Attributes.
In NSMAdmin, click thetab.
In the left pane, browse through the tree so that an organizational unit with users that need home folder attributes appears in the right pane.
In the right pane, select the desired container.
In the Matched Path Assignment portion of the window, make sure theoption is selected.
Click, use the Path Browser dialog box to browse to the path where your user home folders in the selected organizational unit reside, then click .
The selected path appears in thefield.
Verify that thecheck box is selected.
Check mode allows you to view the results of the action, without actually making changes.
Clickto expand the view.
Novell Storage Manager summarizes any problems it can resolve in thecolumn.
If you approve of the actions Novell Storage Manager took in Check mode, deselectand click .
Run a new consistency check report by selecting the organizational unit you selected in Step 3, clicking , then clicking .
Observe that all users now have home directory attributes listed in thecolumn.