Implementing Domain Services for Windows

Implementing Domain Services for Windows

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Are you spending too much time keeping your heterogeneous directory solutions in sync? Are you still using the Novell client to access the eDirectory environment and use NSS volumes from Windows workstations? Are you considering implementing Active Directory in your network to manage your Windows hosts? If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, this book is written for you. In this book, you will learn how to implement Novell Domain Services for Windows (DSfW) to make your eDirectory behave just like an Active Directory. You can choose to turn your existing eDirectory users into Active Directory-enabled users or create a brand new domain. You can also integrate Domain Services for Windows with Active Directory. Once Windows workstations have joined the Domain Services for Windows domain, users can access Novell resources like NSS volumes natively, without any additional software. You can manage Domain Services for Windows with the Microsoft Management Console (MMC).If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, this book is written for you. In this book, you will learn how to implement Novell Domain Services for Windows (DSfW) to make your eDirectory behave just like an Active Directory.


Title:Implementing Domain Services for Windows
Author: Samuel Cuella
Publisher:Books4Brains - 2010
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