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Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 SP3 Now in Public Beta!

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November 17, 2010 2:16 pm

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With Novell Open Enterprise Server 2, you can maintain the networking, file and print services you’ve relied on for years, while adding all the benefits of Linux to your environment (including more choices for hardware and software, virtualization and consolidation opportunities). And now, with Service Pack 3 (SP3), Novell Open Enterprise Server delivers enhancements to CIFS file protocol, improvements in the revolutionary Domain Services for Windows and easier iPrint migrations.

Visit http://www.novell.com/beta/ and try out Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 SP3 now! You’ll quickly see why more than 75% of our NetWare customers are already enjoying these technologies in production.

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  1. By:smflood

    Your article notes that “with Service Pack 3 (SP3), Novell Open Enterprise Server delivers enhancements to CIFS and AFP file protocols” so what enhancements are there in OES2 SP3 relating to AFP as the current Beta Readme doesn’t list anything new regarding AFP.

    I know there are some cool things that have been added regarding CIFS, like support for Dynamic Storage Technology (DST), but not for AFP which means that in multi-platform environments there is still disparity.

  2. By:MartinHerbert

    [no-glossary]Very interesting are the Domain Services for Windows technologies, they are cluster-enabled now? Is Slp eDirectory integrated now?[/no-glossary]

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