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Integrating Open Enterprise Server for Linux (Course 3077)

Test 050-700 objectives

Test objectives

  1. Describe the basic components and features of Open Enterprise Server (OES) to a customer and why the customer should upgrade to OES.
  2. Create a technical document that lists the Open Enterprise Server (OES) services needed by a customer and the platform (NetWare or Linux) to use for each service based on the customer's business requirements and the technical advantages of each platform.
  3. Help a customer (and the customer's sales representative) to determine any additional licensing necessary to upgrade to Open Enterprise Server (OES), purchase the licenses, and enable the licensing necessary to upgrade the customer's networking environment to OES.
  4. Upgrade existing NetWare servers in a networking environment to meet a customer's Open Enterprise Server upgrade requirements.
  5. Manage a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server from the KDE desktop.
  6. Perform administrative tasks with YaST from a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server KDE desktop.
  7. Manage a Open Enterprise Server (OES) NetWare or OES Linux server from a Bash shell.
  8. Describe the Linux file system architecture and use the appropriate Linux file system commands to manage a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux file system from a command prompt on the KDE desktop.
  9. Manage Open Enterprise Server (OES) servers remotely with OpenSSH by configuring the OpenSSH server and client components in an OES Linux environment and using OpenSSH commands and command options in OES Linux or OES NetWare.
  10. Manage Open Enterprise Server (OES) servers with Remote Manager (NRM) by creating groups and group operations and monitoring the status of OES servers.
  11. Monitor the status of Micro Focus eDirectory trees on Open Enterprise Server (OES) servers with iMonitor.
  12. Manage Open Enterprise Server (OES) servers with Micro Focus iManager by accessing Micro Focus iManager, managing Role-Based Services (RBS), customizing the Micro Focus iManager interface, and monitoring OES server health.
  13. Move a DNS service from a NetWare server to an Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server by using YaST to configure DNS on the OES Linux server and shutting down the DNS service on the NetWare or Linux server.
  14. Move a DHCP service from a NetWare server to a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server by using YaST to configure DHCP on the OES Linux server and shutting down the DHCP service on the NetWare or Linux server.
  15. Given an existing networking environment with OES Linux and OES NetWare servers installed, be able to configure NTP time synchronization between Linux and NetWare servers to prepare for adding an OES Linux server to an existing Micro Focus eDirectory tree to meet customer technical and business requirements for migrating NSS volumes from a NetWare server to an OES Linux server and make the migration transparent to the end user.
  16. Use ndsconfig to add a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server to an existing Micro Focus eDirectory tree.
  17. Use YaST to configure Micro Focus eDirectory user access (through LUM) to a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server.
  18. Evaluate and select a Open Enterprise Server (OES) storage solution that meets a customer's OES requirements for migrating NSS volumes to a OES Linux server.
  19. Use YaST or the ncpcon tool to configure an NCP server and user rights on a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server.
  20. On a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server, use YaST to install NSS, the NSSMU management utility to configure NSS pools and volumes, and the rights command to assign NSS file system rights for NSS pools and volumes.
  21. Install the Server Consolidation and Migration Toolkit on a workstation, prepare the source (NetWare) and destination ( Open Enterprise server) Linux server for an NSS migration, create and run a Consolidation Project in the Server Consolidation Utility to migrate NSS volumes from a NetWare server to an OES Linux server, and test access from the Client.
  22. Describe to a customer the Samba roles for Open Enterprise Server (OES) servers and the purpose of using CIFS/Samba on an OES Linux server for file access without the OES Windows Client.
  23. Describe to a customer the architecture and purpose of using Universal Passwords for accessing files through Samba from Open Enterprise Server (OES) servers for file access without the OES Client.
  24. Use YaST, Micro Focus iManager, and Remote Manage (NRM) to install Samba and configure Samba (smb.conf file) and Samba users for file access from a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server or an OES NetWare server without the OES Windows Client.
  25. Describe to a customer the architecture and purpose of the Samba components on a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server for file access without the OES Client.
  26. Describe to a customer the purpose and architecture of Micro Focus iPrint on Linux and NetWare servers.
  27. Use Micro Focus iManager and YaST to set up and manage an Micro Focus iPrint server on a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server.
  28. Test the Micro Focus iPrint web page for installing the Micro Focus iPrint client on a Linux or Windows desktop.
  29. Use the Server Consolidation and Migration Toolkit, YaST, and Micro Focus iManager to migrate the Print Manager and Driver Store from a NetWare server to a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server and complete post-migration tasks (such as modifying the Micro Focus iPrint DNS record).
  30. Describe how the purpose and architecture of Micro Focus iFolder 3.x meets a customer's technical and business requirements for file access, management, and synchronization.
  31. Plan for an Micro Focus iFolder 3.x implementation by considering security, workload, naming conventions for usernames and passwords, admin users, Micro Focus iFolder user account, and data and synchronization customer requirements.
  32. Use YaST and Micro Focus iManager to install and configure Micro Focus iFolder 3.x Server, Micro Focus iFolder Web Access Server, and the Micro Focus iFolder 3 Plug-in, and provision Micro Focus iFolder users on a Open Enterprise Server (OES) Linux server.
  33. Use the Micro Focus iFolder welcome page, Micro Focus iManager, and other commands or tools to distribute and install the Micro Focus iFolder client, start/stop/restart the Micro Focus iFolder services, manage the Simias log and Simias access log, recover individual files or directories, configure system policies, modify Micro Focus iFolder LDAP settings, manage the Micro Focus iFolder Web Access server, configure Micro Focus iFolder users, and manage Micro Focus iFolders.
  34. Use the Micro Focus iFolder client and web access to test managing Micro Focus iFolder accounts and preferences, managing Micro Focus iFolders, and using Micro Focus iFolder 3.x Web Access.
  35. Plan for and meet a customer's White Pages service requirements based on your knowledge of the purpose and architecture of eGuide.
  36. Use the eGuide Administration Utility and Micro Focus iManager to modify search categories, configure the eGuide display, configure security restrictions, and enable display of organizational charts for Micro Focus eDirectory based on a customer's White Pages requirements.
  37. Describe the purpose and architecture of NetStorage to a customer and what users see when they access files through the NetStorage web interface.
  38. Access the NetStorage home page, administer NetStorage from Micro Focus iManager, create Storage Location objects and lists, view or modify Directory and file attributes and rights, set Directory quotas on NSS volumes and directories, purge and salvage deleted NSS files based on a customer's requirements for file access through a web interface.
  39. Decide which Open Enterprise Server (OES) platform is best suited to provide an OES service based on platform strengths (Linux and NetWare) and service differences on the OES platforms.
  40. Address Micro Focus eDirectory issues such as time synchronization, partitions and replicas, and Micro Focus eDirectory tree structure based on customer requirements and our best practices recommendations as listed in Open Enterprise Server (OES) documentation.
  41. Decide which Open Enterprise Server (OES) file service components to install based on customer requirements and our best practices recommendations as listed in OES documentation.
  42. Decide which Open Enterprise Server (OES) print service components to install based on customer requirements and our best practices recommendations as listed in OES documentation.
  43. Decide on a Open Enterprise Server (OES) installation method (CDs or from the Network), the use of pattern deployments, and whether to install NSS on a single-drive server based on customer requirements and our best practices recommendations as listed in OES documentation.

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