Mastering NetWare 6

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NetWare 6 is a major release in the history of NetWare, providing improvements that will be appreciated by users and administrators alike. Mastering NetWare 6 is the latest edition of the NetWare resource long recognized for its comprehensiveness, practicality, and humor. You'll benefit from James Gaskin's instruction on standard NetWare techniques, in-depth examinations of new and advanced features, and the tips and tricks for which he's famous. If you're serious about getting all you can out of the latest ...
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Overview

NetWare 6 is a major release in the history of NetWare, providing improvements that will be appreciated by users and administrators alike. Mastering NetWare 6 is the latest edition of the NetWare resource long recognized for its comprehensiveness, practicality, and humor. You'll benefit from James Gaskin's instruction on standard NetWare techniques, in-depth examinations of new and advanced features, and the tips and tricks for which he's famous. If you're serious about getting all you can out of the latest version of NetWare, then this is the book for you.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782140231
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/15/2002
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 826
  • Product dimensions: 7.55 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.80 (d)

Meet the Author

James E. Gaskin is the author of many books written about real networks for real network managersand power users. He has been installing, configuring, and explaining NetWare since 1986, beginning with Advanced NetWare 4.61a, which shipped on a handful of 5.25-inch low-density floppy disks for the hot new server, the IBM XT.

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Table of Contents

Introduction xxv
The Essential Skills for NetWare 6 1
Part I Setting Up the Network 17
Chapter 1 Installing NetWare 6 19
Preparing Your Server Machine 20
Preparing for NetWare 6 Installation 27
Running the Installation Program 32
Removing Novell eDirectory 58
Installation Is Good, But It Will Get Better 59
Chapter 2 Novell Directory Services: eDirectory Overview, Planning, and Expansion 61
The Global Network View 62
Hierarchical Tree Structure and Schema 66
Planning Your eDirectory Tree 79
NDS Context Control and Management 90
Using Bindery Services to Emulate the Old Bindery 94
New Features of NDS eDirectory 8.6 96
Directory Designs and Discussions 98
Chapter 3 Connecting PC Clients to Your Network 99
Installing and Configuring Client32 100
Configuring Windows Clients 107
Too Many Client Options, Too Little Time 108
Part II Managing the Network 111
Chapter 4 Creating and Managing User Objects 113
Users and NetWare 6 114
Creating User Objects with ConsoleOne 116
Remembering NetWare Administrator 144
The Users and You 147
Chapter 5 Handling More Than One User at a Time 149
NetWare 6 Tools for Managing Users and Resources 150
Creating and Managing Group Objects 151
Saving Time with the Template 167
Using Login Scripts 169
Swear Off Single Users 185
Chapter 6 Network and Internet Printing 187
NetWare Printing System Overview 188
Understanding the NDPS Architecture 195
Migrating to NDPS from Your Existing System 198
Setting Up NDPS 201
Managing NDPS 210
iPrint Makes Printing Almost iDiot-proof 220
Replacing Queue-based Printing: A Quick-and-Dirty NDPS Setup 225
Potshots on Printing 233
Chapter 7 Securing Your NetWare 6 Network 235
Planning Security 236
Understanding Filesystem Security 244
Understanding NDS Security 254
Managing Security with ConsoleOne 259
Protecting Your Network from Viruses 269
NetWare 6 Security Improvements 271
When Security Stinks, Management Smells the Worst 272
Chapter 8 NetWare 6 Administrator Duties and Tools 275
Managing Your Network with a Plan 276
Daily Administration Tasks 283
Supervisory Functions and the Necessary Rights 285
Wake Up and Smell the Java: NetWare's New Management Landscape 287
Container and Leaf Object Management 301
User and Group Management 319
Server and Network Management 330
Remote Server Console Access 368
Protocol Management Tools 379
Storage Management 384
NDS eDirectory Management 398
Novell Licensing Services (NLS) Management 419
Reporting Tools in ConsoleOne 424
Superb Supervision 425
Chapter 9 Providing Applications for Your Network Clients 427
Application Categories 428
Trends in Software Metering and Licensing 429
Server-Based Application Guidelines 430
Access Rights for Application Directories 435
Application and Data File Protection 436
Application Administration Tricks 440
Some Application Guidelines 444
Application Aggravation 447
Chapter 10 Teaching Your Clients to Use the Network 449
Preparing the User Community 450
Finding Help 452
Using Windows Network User Support 455
Teach Your Users Well 470
Part III NetWare, TCP/IP, and the Internet 473
Chapter 11 TCP/IP and NetWare 6 475
But First, a Little Background 476
TCP/IP Overview 477
Planning an IP Network 494
Compatibility with Existing IPX/SPX Networks 497
Installing TCP/IP on Net Ware 6 500
Using LDAP 509
Using the NetWare Enterprise Web Server 512
Securing Your TCP/IP Networks 516
Troubleshooting TCP/IP 519
Why Novell Moved to TCP/IP 521
Chapter 12 DHCP and DNS Support 521
Understanding DNS 522
Understanding DHCP 529
NetWare 6 DNS and DHCP Support 532
Setting Up and Managing NetWare 6 DNS 536
Setting Up and Managing NetWare DHCP 552
Troubleshooting Common DNS and DHCP Problems 567
NetWare 6 Really Goes the Unix/Linux Road 572
Part IV Taking Advantage of Special Network Features 575
Chapter 13 Remote File Access with iFolder and NetDrive 577
An Overview of Remote-Access Solutions 578
Using iFolder for Remote-File Synchronization 578
Using NetDrive for Remote File Access 594
A Look at NetStorage 599
All's Well That Remote's Well 600
Chapter 14 Clusters of Enhancements and Special Features (Including Clusters) 601
A Review of NetWare 6 Enhancements 602
NetWare Memory Management 603
Symmetric Multiprocessing 610
Novell Storage Services (NSS version 3.0) 611
File Compression: Buy One Disk, Get Two Disks' Worth of Space 621
Improved Performance of Peripheral Devices 625
Storage Management Services (SMS) and SBACKUP 626
Server-Based Java Support 636
Security-Related Features 637
SNMP: A Management Solution 637
Hot Plug PCI and Configuration Manager 640
NetWare 6 Web Enhancements 640
Adventures in Cluster Land 644
Using the Enhancements 654
Chapter 15 Troubleshooting Your Network 657
General Troubleshooting Tips 657
Learning Your Network's Normal Operation 662
Component Failure Profiles 671
Common Workstation Problems and Solutions 673
Common Server Problems and Solutions 677
Cabling Problems 682
iFolder Fun and Games 684
NDS Problems and Solutions 686
Tell Your Boss: Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance 702
Part V Appendices 703
Appendix A NetWare Web Services 705
NetWare Web Manager 706
Netscape Enterprise Server 708
Apache Web Server 711
Tomcat Servlet Engine for NetWare 714
NetWare Web Search Server 715
WebAccess for Clients 717
Appendix B Upgrades, Migration, and Windows Client and Server Installation Support 719
Upgrading Windows 95/98 Clients to Client32 Version 3.00 719
Options for Upgrading Your Server 726
Where to Go from Here 730
Upgrades Always Have a Hang-Up 730
Appendix C NetWare 6 SET Commands 731
Introduction to SET Commands 732
Miscellaneous SET Commands 734
Common File System SET Commands 734
Directory Services SET Commands 734
Disk SET Commands 735
Error Handling SET Commands 735
Memory SET Commands 735
Multiprocessor SET Commands 736
NCP SET Commands 736
Novell Storage Services SET Commands 736
Service Location Protocol SET Commands 737
Time SET Commands 737
Reset Environment 737
SET Little 738
Glossary 739
List of Acronyms 740
Index 789
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