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TTP iPrint Printer Lists and Extending Novell Open Enterprise Server Part V: Web User Interface Overview Articles/Tips
25 May 2017 ...running the Apache Web Server with PHP. The PHP LDAP extension must be installed on the web server and eDirectory must be accessible via LDAP. It is possible to use separate servers for iPrint, eDirectory, and the Apache Web Server running PHP. However,

Parsing eDirectory Login Scripts - Micro Focus Kanaka for Mac 3.0 Installation and Administration Guide
23 May 2017 ...Parsing eDirectory Login Scripts - Micro Focus Kanaka for Mac 3.0 Installation and Administration Guide. docmain.css" /> 10.0 Parsing eDirectory Login Scripts Since the release of Version 2.7, Micro Focus Kanaka for Mac can parse eDirectory login scripts

eDirectory Password Expiration - Micro Focus Kanaka for Mac 3.0 Installation and Administration Guide
23 May 2017 ...eDirectory Password Expiration - Micro Focus Kanaka for Mac 3.0 Installation and Administration Guide. docmain.css" /> 9.0 eDirectory Password Expiration Section 9.1, Kanaka Plug-In Section 9.2, Kanaka Desktop Client

Interoperability Between Active Directory and eDirectory - OES 2015 SP1: Domain Services for Windows Administration Guide
23 May 2017 ...another domain. When a domain is installed, a trust is automatically established with its parent domain. To assist you in doing this, DSfW supports installing into a new eDirectory tree, an existing eDirectory tree, or an existing forest, creating multiple

Key Differences Between the DSfW LDAP Server and the eDirectory Server - OES 2015 SP1: Domain Services for Windows Administration Guide
23 May 2017 ...Guide. docmain.css" /> 1.4 Key Differences Between the DSfW LDAP Server and the eDirectory Server Table 1-1 Comparison of DSfW LDAP server and eDirectory server Function DSfW LDAP Server eDirectory Server LDAP Operations like Search and Modify Uses Domain

Leveraging an Existing eDirectory Setup - OES 2015 SP1: Domain Services for Windows Administration Guide
23 May 2017 ...an Existing eDirectory Setup If you already have an eDirectory setup but want to install DSfW in your environment, it is recommended you utilize the existing eDirectory setup and install DSfW in a container in the existing eDirectory tree. This way you

Basic Directory Services Concepts - OES 2015 SP1: Domain Services for Windows Administration Guide
23 May 2017 ...trusts. 1.3.2 Naming Active Directory uses DC (domain class) naming at the root of a partition, while eDirectory supports other naming attributes like Organization (O) and Organizational Unit (OU). For example, in eDirectory a partition might be specified

Configuring NetIQ Identity Manager on eDirectory Cluster - NetIQ Identity Manager Setup Guide
23 May 2017 ...NetIQ Identity Manager on eDirectory Cluster This section assumes that you have already set up an eDirectory cluster. Use the following procedure to configure Identity Manager in an eDirectory cluster environment. In Cluster Manager , set the eDirectory

Working with eDirectory 9.0.2 or Later - NetIQ Identity Manager Setup Guide
23 May 2017 ...Working with eDirectory 9.0.2 or Later - NetIQ Identity Manager Setup Guide. docmain.css" /> 8.8 Working with eDirectory 9.0.2 or Later In addition to eDirectory 8.8.8 Patch 3, you can install eDirectory 9.0.2 or later as an Identity Vault and as a connected

Understanding Identity Manager Objects in eDirectory - NetIQ Identity Manager Setup Guide
23 May 2017 ...Understanding Identity Manager Objects in eDirectory - NetIQ Identity Manager Setup Guide. docmain.css" /> 7.3 Understanding Identity Manager Objects in eDirectory The following list indicates the major Identity Manager objects that are stored in eDirectory


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