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General Novell OES Guidelines

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


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


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 third party products) with regard to system resources, such as port numbers.

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