The Novell® Operations Center Server Configuration Guide provides post-installation instructions for configuring and customizing the Operations Center server and console.
Provides an introduction to this guide.
Explains how this tool is used for configuration.
These sections provide the configuration tasks:
Describes the databases that need to be created, configured, and administered (including Configuration Storage).
Explains how configurations can be copied, shared, and moved.
Explains how to administer the Operations Center server (including running jobs), the Web server, and the Image server.
This guide is intended for the Operations Center administrator who sets up, uses, and maintains Operations Center servers.
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This guide is part of the Operations Center documentation set. For the most recent version of the Adapter and Integration Guide and a complete list of publications supporting Operations Center, visit our Online Documentation Web Site at Operations Center 5.0 online documentation.
The Operations Center documentation set is also available as PDF files on the installation CD or ISO; and is delivered as part of the online help accessible from multiple locations in Operations Center depending on the product component.
We encourage you to use the following additional resources on the Web:
You can learn more about the policies and procedures of NetIQ Technical Support by accessing its Technical Support Guide.
Use these resources for support specific to Operations Center:
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