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GroupWise rule for time-based maintenance of select e-mails

aburgemeister

December 30, 2009 2:03 pm

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Ever wanted to selectively act on e-mails that were a certain age? GroupWise Rules let you do this quickly and easily without bothering the GroupWise admin and having them generally do things like dropping all e-mail (vs. select e-mails) over a certain age.

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General Troubleshooting Techniques

aburgemeister

June 5, 2009 12:30 pm

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Working at Novell in the Support organization I work with some of the best troubleshooters in and throughout the world. Many of the steps used in troubleshooting are common sense and laughed about commonly online (“Is it plugged in”) and while these specifics are not that useful most of the time there are general practices that I have learned and feel need to be shared. The purpose of this article is to group everything that may help troubleshooting generally (and in some cases, specifically) for the benefit of those who may not have been in a support organization for several years.

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iPrint on SLED 11 x86_64

aburgemeister

March 24, 2009 12:29 pm

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If you’re not familiar with iPrint, it is one of the nicest end-user technologies I think Novell develops. On Linux I find the technology even more appealing…. no rebooting, no restarting applications to use printers, nothing strange like that. With that said iPrint wasn’t developed originally for a 64-bit platform, and wasn’t developed for Linux first. That it works so well just makes me that much more pleased.

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6 – Driver Login Possibilities

aburgemeister

December 18, 2007 1:09 pm

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So stumbling along toward a potential rights issue I had to try this to verify it worked. How do you REALLY know what rights you IDM driver has? I mean really? Okay in theory you should be able to do something like open iManager/ConsoleOne and view trustees of an object and go for Effective Rights.

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5 – Driver Usage Paradigm

aburgemeister

November 28, 2007 10:11 am

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Recently I was in a training talking about the semi-new Novell Identity Manager (IDM) Resource Kit. One of the concepts introduced (to me at least) was that of drivers geared toward business logic and those for application-synchronization logic. It’s one of those things that is so simple and obvious I’m surprised it hasn’t been pushed sooner but I was stuck in a rut all this time trying to combine both.

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Mass Updates to Individual Trustee Assignments

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November 14, 2007 8:19 am

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Aaron Burgemeister explains how to change the individual trustee assignments, en masse …

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Using ndsconfig with eDirectory Installs

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October 31, 2007 4:40 am

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Aaron Burgemeister shares a few insights on using the ndsconfig utility when installing eDirectory.

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4 – Tao Files and Drivers

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October 1, 2007 6:07 pm

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Does determining which TAO file goes with which driver object on which server cause you grief? Let’s work on that a little bit.

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Active Directory Driver Basics

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August 8, 2007 9:33 am

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This AppNote by Aaron Burgemeister provides a comprehensive guide to getting the Microsoft Active Directory (MAD) driver working smoothly with Identity Manager.

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3 – Active Directory Driver Basics

aburgemeister

July 25, 2007 5:39 pm

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Lately it seems there have been a bunch of new people getting started with IDM, especially with the microsoft active directory (MAD) driver, who need to have a quick explanation of what all the settings are for and how they will affect operation of a MAD driver. While I’ve never been accused of being quick or brief in my explanations I’m going to try to present something outside the documentation that is possibly useful to people who understand what they read which is written like I write.

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