Teach yourself NetWare in 14 days / Peter Davis, Craig McGuffin.

By: Davis, Peter T
Contributor(s): McGuffin, Craig R
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : Sams Pub., c1994Edition: 1st edDescription: xxxix, 786 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0672304813 ; 9780672304811Subject(s): NetWare | Local area networks (Computer networks) | Software installationDDC classification: 004.6
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Content
1 Introduction
What is a Netware administration
Understanding your role
Backing up the system
Administering users and groups.
etc.

2 Introducing networking
What is a network
Understanding network nodes
Understanding Network nodes
etc.

3 What is Netware
Getting to know Netware
Netware's heart- the kernel
How the kernel controls and executes tasks
The kernel's relationship with DOS
The Netware loadable module environment
etc.

4 Understanding Netware connectivity
Learning how netware communicates
Netware's native protocol - IPX/SPX
Understanding Netware's file system support
etc

5 Navigating through Netware
Connecting to the Netware file server
What if it doesn't work
Logging in to your Netware Network
Understanding UtilitiesUsing help
etc.

6 Exploring Netware
Who am
Using the SESSION utility
Continuing your exploration of Netware
Working with files and Directories from the command line
etc

7 Understanding the bindery
Bindery overview
Objects
The security byte - object security
Properties and values
How bindery works
Application using the bindery
etc.

8 Managing accounts
Introducing accounts
Understanding user accounts
Supervisor account
Creating User accounts
etc.

9 Managing passwords.
Understanding user account passwords
Understanding login security
Turning off encryption
Forcing periodical password changes
etc.

10 Managing user access
Desperately seeking data
Restricting user access
Changing and setting account restrictions
Changing Users' account restrictions
etc.

11 Creating and using login script
Understanding login scripts
System login script
User login script
Examining login Script Identifier variables

etc.

12 Customizing and using menus
What's on the menu
Planning menus
Setting up and using NMENU
Installing NMENU
etc.

13 Exploring Netware files and directions
Reviewing how Netware stores files
Understanding the Netware directory and file structures
Listing file and directory details
Moving around disks and Directories
etc.

14 Mores on Netware files and directions
Recovering deleted files
Standard Netware directory structure
Using volumes
etc.

15 Introducing Netware files and directory rights
Understanding Netware rights
supervisor
Read
Write
Create
Understanding Trustee Assignments
Viewing your rights
Controlling rights
etc.

16 Concluding Netware file and directory rights.
Introducing inheritance
Understanding the inherited rights mask
Controlling inherited mask
Using the types of rights
etc.

17 Understanding real-world network standards
Considering cabling systems
Twisted pair
Coaxial cable
Fiber optic cables
Considering Topologies
etc.

18 Understanding the ODI architecture
The Netware open data link interface
The ODI layers
The multi-link interface driver
etc

19 Configuring DOS- based clients.
The workstation hardware
Software installation overview
Creating Installation diskettes
Installing the software
etc.

20 Printing from workstations
Printer operation
Printing on a stand-alone microcomputer
Printing on the network
Printing terms
etc.

21 Managing the file server
Staring file server
Gathering information about the network
Setting time and date
etc.

22 File backup and recovery
Disaster recovery planning
Identification of critical business functions
Assessment of related exposures
System fault Tolerance
etc.

23 Setting up printing
Understanding printing basics
Printers
Printer servers
Starting printing
Print server security
etc.

24 Maintaining Netware print services
Controlling print queues
Examining queue status
Examining and changing queue entries
Printing configurations
etc.

25 Security Monitoring and audit trails
Scanning for security problems
Security
Objects with No password assigned
Object with insecure passwords
Audit trails
etc.

26 Using the Netware accounting system
Overview of the accounting system
Understanding resource accounting
Starting accounting
Managing accounting servers
etc.

27 Maintaining your Netware file server
Changing file server hardware
Installing more memory
Adding disk drivers
Looking for file server problem
etc

28 Fine-tuning your Netware file server
Tuning Netware using the SET command
Setting memory parameters
Setting file-caching parameters
Setting directory-caching parameters
Where to use the SET Command
etc






Includes indexes : p.: 754 - 786

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