Novell eDirectory Design and Implementation: eDirectory 8.8

5 Day Course
Hands On
Official MicroFocus (Previously Novell) Curriculum
Code N3067

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Overview

In this course students learn how to design and implement Novell eDirectory (version 8.8) trees and related components in any type of organization for different types of organizational goals using different types of network operating systems.

Students perform eDirectory design and implementation tasks on the following platforms: OES NetWare (SP1), OES Linux (SP1), and Windows Server 2003.

Students work within a real-world scenario to design and implement a new tree to meet the needs of a fictional organization, EduTrain. The scenario requires students to consider and apply guidelines pertaining to the following approaches to designing the structure of their eDirectory tree:


  • Organisational
  • Geographical
  • Hybrid

Students are also introduced to design considerations and guidelines pertaining to identity vault trees and LDAP authentication trees (but these are not emphasized).

Students also work within the EduTrain scenario to work with other eDirectory tree design and implementation factors, such as:


  • Partitioning and Replication
  • Service Location Protocol
  • Network Time Protocol

After the students' trees are designed and implemented, the EduTrain scenario they started with is modified to include the acquisition of a new company, ProLearn. The acquisition necessitates that they migrate data from the ProLearn tree to the EduTrain tree.

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Prerequisites

Students attending this course should have a basic knowledge of the following eDirectory concepts and components:
  • eDirectory tree structure and object classes
  • Partitioning and replication
  • eDirectory rights and inheritance
  • eDirectory management tools (ConsoleOne, iMonitor,iManager)
Students should also be familiar with and have experience working with network operating systems (NetWare 6 or later, Windows 2000 Server/Advanced Server, Windows Server 2003; OES Linux or SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 Linux) This couse is part of the CNE 6 and CNI 6 certification path and is required to receive your certification.

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