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General Novell OES Guideline #1

OES Features documented

The product documentation sufficiently details installation, configuration and operational information to be considered for applicable OES components, such as:

  • Novell AFP Server
  • Novell Archive and Version Services
  • Novell Backup/Storage Management Services (SMS)
  • Novell CIFS Server
  • Novell Client for Linux
  • Novell Clustering Services (NCS)
  • Novell DHCP Server
  • Novell Distributed File Services (DFS)
  • Novell DNS Server
  • Novell Domain Services for Windows (DSFW)
  • Novell Dynamic Storage Technology (DST)
  • Novell eDirectory Server
  • Novell FTP Server
  • Novell iFolder
  • Novell iPrint
  • Novell Linux User Management (LUM)
  • Novell NCP Server
  • Novell NetStorage
  • Novell NSS Auditing (vigil)
  • Novell Quickfinder
  • Novell Remote Manager (NRM)
  • Novell Remote Office
  • Novell Samba
  • Novell Storage Services (NSS)
  • Novell Storage Management Services (SMS)
  • 3rd Party OES Backup
  • 3rd Party OES Anti­virus

General Novell OES Guideline #2

Secure

The product does not threaten the security of the Novell OES platform. For example, consider Security Functionality Requirements and Security Assurance Measure Requirements.

General Novell OES Guideline #3

Non­intrusiveness

The product does not require (nor recommend) removal, replacement or recompilation of any Novell OES (or Novell SUSE distribution) components, including kernel, kernel modules, shared user­space libraries, or distro­ included packages.

General Novell OES Guideline #4

Resource Smart Install

The product install does not cause the product conflict with Novell OES components, (or other previously installed third­party products) with regard to system resources, such as port numbers.

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