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Novell Doc: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 Installation and Administration Guide - Documentation Updates - February 25 2014 Documentation
25 Feb 2014 ...A.0 Documentation Updates. This section contains information about documentation content changes that were made in this Novell Kanaka for Mac Installation and Administration Guide after the initial release of Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.6. The changes are listed according to

Novell Doc: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 Installation and Administration Guide - What’s New - February 25 2014 Documentation
25 Feb 2014 ...1.0 What’s New. Version 2.8 of Novell Kanaka for Mac is the latest version of a product that was first introduced in 2005. There have been enhancements with each new version of the product. An overview of some of the

Novell Doc: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 Installation and Administration Guide - Upgrading from Version 2.7 to 2.8 - February 25 2014 Documentation
25 Feb 2014 ...4.0 Upgrading from Version 2.7 to 2.8. IMPORTANT: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 was developed to address a very minor security vulnerability that takes place while the product is being installed. In comparison to Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.7, there

Novell Doc: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 Installation and Administration Guide - Overview - February 25 2014 Documentation
25 Feb 2014 ...2.0 Overview. Novell Kanaka for Mac provides Mac OS X users automated single login access to Novell eDirectory storage resources through flexible login options. The Kanaka Plug-in component allows users to simultaneously log in to Mac OS X and mount

Novell Doc: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 Installation and Administration Guide - Migrating from Kanaka for eDirectory to Novell Kanaka for Mac - February 25 2014 Documentation
25 Feb 2014 ...10.0 Migrating from Kanaka for eDirectory to Novell Kanaka for Mac. Use the following procedures to migrate Condrey Corporation’s Kanaka for eDirectory 2.5 or 2.6 to Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8. Follow the procedures in Section 5.0, Installing and Configuring

Novell Doc: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 Installation and Administration Guide - Legal Notices - February 25 2014 Documentation
25 Feb 2014 ...B.0 Legal Notices. Condrey Corporation makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents or use of this documentation, and specifically disclaims any express or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Further, Condrey Corporation reserves

Novell Doc: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 Installation and Administration Guide - Using the Kanaka Plug-In - February 25 2014 Documentation
25 Feb 2014 ...7.0 Using the Kanaka Plug-In. To use the Kanaka Plug-in, simply log in as an eDirectory user. Kanaka provides contextless login, so just the common name of the user is needed. After login, the user’s home directory is mounted and

Novell Doc: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 Installation and Administration Guide - Using the Kanaka Desktop Client - February 25 2014 Documentation
25 Feb 2014 ...8.0 Using the Kanaka Desktop Client. Section 8.1, Authentication. Section 8.2, Storage Properties. Section 8.3, Home Directory

Novell Doc: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 Installation and Administration Guide - Installing and Configuring the Engine - February 25 2014 Documentation
25 Feb 2014 ...5.0 Installing and Configuring the Engine. The Kanaka Plug-in and Kanaka Desktop Client have four basic needs for interacting with the Novell network infrastructure:. Authenticating the user to eDirectory. Retrieving information and interacting with eDirectory. Retrieving information from the Novell

Novell Doc: Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8 Installation and Administration Guide - March 13, 2012 - February 25 2014 Documentation
25 Feb 2014 ...A.5 March 13, 2012. Section 5.0, Installing and Configuring the Engine Inserted a Note on installing multiple Engines and having two Engines with identical configurations to serve as a cluster substitute. Step 4 Expanded the explanation below the step. Figure

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