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Novell Admin - C 1,2

NetWare Study Stack for Chapters 1 and 2

QuestionAnswer
eDirectory Global database in Novell containing information on all network objects including users
leaf object Represents network entities
context location of object in eDirectory tree
Admin User created when NetWare is installed. Has Supervisory rights to entire eDirectory Tree
Typeless Distinguished Name that does not include the Object type abbreviations
Topology Physical layout of the network cable system
[Root] Object at top of any eDirectory tree. Can only be one [Root] object.
container object used to group and store other objects
Types of container objects Country Organization Organizational Unit
TCP/IP Protocol suite necessary to access the Internet
X.500 NDS is based on this industry standard naming system
Current context location of your client in the eDirectory tree
Workgroup Two or more peer-to-peer networked computers
OneNet Novell's strategy of making multiple networks consisting of diverse clients and services work together in a network
NETBEUI Microsoft nonrouting protocol stack commonly used on Windows
File Service NOS service that enables client computers to access and save data on a disk storage system
Replica A copy of the eDirectory database that can be placed on a new server for fault tolerance
Typeful A context specification that includes the object's abbreviations is referred to this
Property Field that contains information about an object
NFAP This makes NetWare file services simpler in a multiclient environment
Alias Used as pointer to another object
Logging in Term used by Novell for the process of entering a username and password to authenticate to the network
Logging on Term used by Microsoft for the process of entering a username and password to authenticate to the network
Security Services service available on a NOS to authenticate users to the network by using login names and passwords. Determines what rights users have to the network.
Message Services Service available on a NOS to transfer email messages and event notifications between clients and servers
Print Service Allows printers to be attached to the network to be used by client computers
ConsoleOne Primary management utility for NetWare 6. Written in JAVA. Can be used to create and manage objects in the eDirectory tree
Volume When dealing with disk storage is logical division of a servers disk system consisting of a physical amount of storage space on one or more hard disk drives
IPX/SPX Novell proprietary protocol suite that was the only suite available before NetWare 5. It manages routing and the formatting of packets on a network.
Examples of Leaf Objects User / Printer / Volume / Server / Alias / Group
Abbreviation for Container Country C=
Abbreviation for Container Organization O=
Abbreviation for Container Organizational Unit OU=
Abbreviation for Leaf Objects CN=
Distinguished Name Unique name which consists of object name and complete context
Naming convention that Starts with leading period . Distinguished name
Naming convention that DOES NOT start with leading period . relative name
Relative name Allows you to save keystrokes by starting with the current context and omitting the leading period
.EKenton.IS.UAS example of typeless distinguished name
.EKenton.IS example of typeless relative name
iManager Management utility that does not require the Novell client to be installed. Allows you to use standard Web Browser to login and manage the server.
volume object leaf object in the eDirectory tree that points to the physical data volumes on the server and are used to access data
Five types of replicas Master, Read Write, Read Only, Subordinate, Filtered
Original main copy of the eDirectory data Master
directory partition division of eDirectory database that enables a network administrator to relicate only a part of the entire eDirectory tree
[Root] Partition Default partition that starts at the root of the tree and is the only partition when installing a server.
View Partition and Replica information Using ConsoleOne, and clicking "View", "Partition and Replica View"
T or F - You may create a new partition containing only leaf objects FALSE - A partition must be created with a container as the root.
Object types that can be placed in the [Root] of eDirectory tree Oranization and Country Objects
Containers that may contain User objects Organization and Organizational Units
Created by: Leisac