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Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 Administration [Course 3119]

Course Overview

The Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 Administration course (3119) helps students get the hands-on experience they need to administer core Novell Open Enterprise Server (OES) 11 services.

The course focuses on administration and maintenance of OES 11 SP1, on file and print services, and Novell DNS and DHCP.

Novell OES 11 includes all the network services that organizations traditionally expect from Novell. The services you have used for years on the NetWare platform are now available on the Linux platform.

ON-DEMAND: This course is available as part of the Full Library or the Novell Solution Library.  Click the "Buy On-demand" button for details on purchasing these libraries.

Training Level: 0 - All

Duration: 5 Days

Key Objectives

Task students will be able to perform after taking this course include:

  • Installation of OES 11 SP1 on SLES 11 SP2 (64 bit)
  • Basic administration of eDirectory
  • Administration of Novell file and print services, Novell DNS and DHCP

Audience Summary

The audience for this course is Linux administrators who are interested in administering eDirectory, Novell file and print services, and Novell DNS and DHCP on OES 11.

Course Prerequisites

Students in this course should hold a Certified Linux Administrator (CLA) certificate, which covers the knowledge taught in course 3115, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 Fundamentals and course 3116, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 Administration, or have equivalent working experience with Linux.

Course Outline

The course contains the following sections and objectives:

Section 1: Install OES 11 SP1 on SLES 11 SP2 (64 bit)

  • Understand KVM and Virtual Machines
  • Prepare SLES 11 SP2 for OES 11 SP1
  • Install OES 11
  • Manage OES 11 Services

Section 2: Describe Novell eDirectory

  • Review Basic Novell eDirectory Concepts
  • Understand General eDirectory Design Guidlines
  • Understand Details of the Pyramid Tree Design
  • Understand Detail of the Flat Tree Design

Section 3: Perform Basic eDirectory Administration

  • Use iManager
  • Import and Export LDIF Files
  • Repair the eDirectory Tree

Section 4: Manage eDirectory Objects

  • Describe the Admin Object
  • Manage eDirectory Objects

Section 5: Install and Manage the Novell Client

  • Describe the Novell Client
  • Access eDirectory and Network Resources
  • Set Novell Client Propberties

Section 6: Manage NCP Volume Services

  • Create NCP Volumes
  • Manage Login Scripts

Section 7: Manage file system rights

  • Understand File System Rights
  • Plan File System Rights
  • Manage Trustees and File System Rights
  • Manage Directory and File System Attributes

Section 8: Manage eDirectory Rights

  • Understand Rights and Trustees
  • Understand eDirectory Inheritance
  • Block Rights Inheritance
  • Determine Effective Rights
  • Troubleshoot eDirectory Security

Section 9: Manage iPrint

  • Identify the features of iPrint
  • Manage Network Printing
  • Configure the Novell iPrint Client

Section 10: Configure basic network services

  • Configure Novell DHCP Services
  • Configure Novell DNS Services
  • Configure Dynamic DNS

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