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- Final Review:
Concepts You Need to Know to earn the CNA
- eGuide lets NetWare
6.5 users search eDirectory for names, addresses and phone numbers.
Know the definitions of Virtual Office, NSS, NCS, iPrint, iFolder, eDirectory,
Virtual Teams, AMP, File Versioning and NFAP.
- NDS first came
out with the release of NetWare 4. Before NetWare 4 you had the Bindery.
- You cannot introduce
NetWare 6.5 into a tree that has a NetWare 4.10 server. You must upgrade
the 4.10 minimally to 4.11 before introducing NetWare 6.5.
- Server.exe is
found in C:\NWSERVER and boots the NW 6.5 operating system.
- The DOS partition
minimal requirement is 500 MB and the RAM minimum is 512 MB.
- Deployment Manager
is found at the root of the OS CD and is NWDEPLOY.EXE.
- NET.CFG is used
with the Server Connection utility and configures the Preferred Server,
Preferred Tree, Frame Type, and Name Context.
- The default IPX
frame type is Ethernet_802.2. The default IP frame type is Ethernet_II.
- You can access
the Novell Client properties using the Red N in the System Tray and
by accessing the Novell Client under the Local Area connection properties.
- Use SETUPNW.EXE
/508 to configure the Novell Client with Rehabilitation Act accessibility
- The Login Authenticator
option is used to configure the Novell Client for NetWare 6.5. Choose
NDS. The other option is Bindery.
- The Novell Client-NMAS
tab is used to modify the Client Login sequence.
- The eDirectory
Schema dictates the type of objects that can be created in your tree.
- Objects, Properties
and Values; Tree object, Containers, Leaf objects; Country, Organization,
- eDirectory objects
can be single valued or multi-valued. An example of a single valued
property is a user's password. An example of a multi-valued property
is a user's telephone number.
- An eDirectory
Organizational Role object looks like a person sitting at a desk and
is a task oriented object whose members are called occupants.
- Know the purpose
and design options for the following objects: O, OU, C, CN. Know what
can be created where.
- The Tree Object,
or the [Root] of the tree cannot contain leaf objects. It can contain
C and O or aliases to either of these.
- Know the definition
of Context, Current Context, Typeful, Typeless, Distinguished and Relative
Distinguished Names. Be able to identify each type of name and to supply
a given type of name based on an exhibit. Leading Period, Trailing Period,
Period separators. When do you use commas as contextual separators?
- Inheritance is
defined as the flow of rights down from a higher level to a lower level
in both the eDirectory tree and in the file system.
- NetWare Administrator
is located at SYS:\PUBLIC\WIN32\NWADMN32.EXE.
- ConsoleOne is
located at SYS:\PUBLIC\MGMT\CONSOLEONE\1.2\BIN
- The only user
object created when a new tree is created is the Admin object.
- A template object
is used when you want to associate a set of attributes with a number
of new users. The object looks like a legal pad in a folder.
- You can leave
an alias object in the original context when you are moving an eDirectory
object to a new context.
- When you want
to move an eDirectory object using iManager use the eDirectory Administration
role. You cannot move a user under the Users role.
- A NetWare volume
is traditionally represented as a file cabinet drawer.
- The minimum size
for an NSS SYS volume is 2 GB, while the recommended size is minimally
- You can create
an NSS volume using ConsoleOne, NSSMU, or Remote Manager.
- Novell now cites
local drives as A, B, C, and D.
- The Hot Fix area
is a redirection area available when bad blocks are encountered.
- Partitions, Pools,
Volumes: Tradtional and NSS. SYS is now by default NSS.
- Know the syntax
for writing a Map statement.
- A good file system
design has the SYS volume, a DATA volume and an APPS volume. Know the
- Novell recommends
you create the USERS, SHARED, and APPS parent directories. Also create
a place for configuration files.
- Universal Password
is disabled by default in NetWare 6.5.
- Know the file
system rights:SRWCEMFA and the default assignments to the Public directory
and the a user's home directory.
- Be able to predict
a user's effective file system rights based on a scenario.
- Flag, ConsoleOne,
NetWare Administrator, and Remote Manager can be used to manage attributes.
- Know the directory
and file attributes and what each provides.
- The object/entry
eDirectory rights are SBCDRI. Know what each right allows. Know the
default rights assignments.
- The property/attribute
eDirectory rights are SRCWAI. Know what each right allows.
- If you assign
the R property right, you automatically also get the C property right,
which yields a Boolean True/False response.
- Know what you
can do with the C object right, and the special case when an admin will
- The [Public] trustee
has the B object right to the Tree object by default.
- Be able to determine
a user's effective eDirectory rights based on a scenario.
- Know the prerequisite
requirements for NDPS. It can be run on IP or IPX.
- The four main
components of NDPS are the Broker, Manager, Agent and Gateway. The Gateway
is used for backward compatibility for printers that do not have embedded
- NDPSM is the NLM
that loads the Manager. Know the syntax for loading the manager at the
- You can load NDPSM
only once on a server.
- Load Brokers and
Managers local to a user. Do not make users cross a WAN link to access
a Broker or a Manager.
- You use the Manager
Printer task in iManager to configure NDPS Security.
- Know the syntax
for loading the NDPSM with the /DNSNAME option.
- Know which iFolder
options you should select for various configuration options; for example
to configure LDAP, user contexts, hide or encrypt client policies.
provides secure access to iPrint services. From VO you can also configure
secure access to iPrint with https://10.0.0.125/iPrint.
- Maptool.htm can
be accessed using http://10.0.0.125/ippdocs/Maptool.htm.
- VO lets you access
eGuide, NetStorage, iFolder, and iPrint.
- The default location
for the VO to log to a file is the Debug.xml file in the SYS:\Tomcat\4\Webapps\nps\web-inf
- Know what VO options
you can configure in VO and what you can configure in iManager.
- Know the three
layers of the NetWare 6.5 architecture.
- Know the server
commands: config, set, volumes.
- You configure
host adapters (.HAM) and storage devices (.CDM) in the Startup.ncf file
found in C:\NWSERVER. You configure NICs, (.LAN) in the Autoexec.ncf
file found in SYS:\SYSTEM.
- To configure options
from Web Manager you use port 2200 using https:/ /
- Know how to down
and restart a server from Remote Manager.
- Know the design
guidelines for users, containers, admins in NetWare 6.5.
- SCRSAVER loads
the NetWare 6.5 screensaver.
- HOL, NAAS, and
BindView can be used for monitoring and tracking security breaches.
- Know what an Application
Proxy Firewall can accomplish. Also know the definitions for the different
types of firewalls for example: Circuit-Level and Packet Filtering.
- Know the ports
and when to use them: 8008, 8009, 631, 2200.
- Know when the
following are used: /nps/iManager.html, /vo, /eGuide, /ipp, /ippdocs,
- Know what you
can do with Filer, Flag, NDIR, NCOPY, Remote Manager, C1, NetWare Administrator,
iMonitor, Rights and Rights /t, CX, CX /R/A/T, and iManager.
- Absolutely know
what type of object Role Based Services is, and where you can configure
do you find the OpenSSH manager? SSHD is used when? scp, sftp, ssh.
Know the syntax for opening an ssh session between NetWare 6.5 servers.
- This is not on
the test, but is valuable for the real world: If you are using NW Admin
to upload printer drivers to a broker and you cannot browse for the
drivers, start NW Admin with the following switch: NWADMN32.EXE /disabletlsmgr.