Foundations of Novell Open Enterprise Server for Netware

5 Day Course
Hands On
Official MicroFocus (Previously Novell) Curriculum
Code N3080

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Classroom Virtual Classroom Private Group - Virtual Self-Paced Online


This course is designed to enable entry-level networking professionals to perform common administrative tasks using Novell Open Enterprise Server on NetWare. In this class, you will install Novell Open Enterprise Server on NetWare and perform tasks often required for those providing “front line” support for a Novell Open Enterprise Server on NetWare installation and/or serving as an entry-level administrator of a small to medium-sized network. If you want to learn about the high-availability solutions provided by Novell Open Enterprise Server on NetWare that make it a stable and powerful kernel/OS for deployment in an enterprise environment, this course is for you.

During this course, you will learn how to complete the following tasks:

  • Install Novell Open Enterprise Server on NetWare and the Novell Client
  • Set up and manage user objects in Novell eDirectory
  • Manage storage and file services
  • Implement file and eDirectory rights
  • Manage print services
  • Manage and remotely manage a Novell Open Enterprise Server on NetWare

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Course Topics (12 topics)

  • Introduction to Novell Open Enterprise Server
  • Managing User Objects
  • Describing Novell eDirectory
  • Identifying Server Management components
  • Installing and managing the Novell Client
  • Evaluating and implementing Novell Open Enterprise Server file services (NetWare)
  • Implementing directory and file rights
  • Designing a network file system
  • Managing eDirectory rights
  • Managing network printing
  • Securing your server and network
  • Installing Novell Open Enterprise Server on NetWare


Attendees should be familiar with network hardware and have a conceptual knowledge of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model, topologies, and various protocols.

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