NetWare to Open Enterprise Server 2 for Linux Bootcamp
The NetWare to Open Enterprise Server 2 for Linux Bootcamp Course helps experienced NetWare server administrators make the move to Open Enterprise Server 2 for Linux. This course combines content from Courses 3071, 3072, 3073, 3089 and 3090 into a compressed bootcamp-style course that allows partners to offer the most important skills from these courses in a 5-day learning experience.
Before taking this course, you should already have experience with and an understanding of OES services such as iFolder, NSS, eDirectory, and iPrint.
This course was designed for NetWare system administrators looking to learn about implementation of Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 on Linux.
After completing this course, students should be able to perform the administrator tasks on an OES 2 Linux server that they already know how to do on NetWare.
SECTION 1 - Install SUSE Linux Enterprise 10
SECTION 2 - Work with the Linux Shell and Command Line
SECTION 3 - Manage the Linux File System
SECTION 4 - Administer the Linux File System
SECTION 5 - Administer User and Group Access and System Security
SECTION 6 - Configuring the Network
SECTION 7 - Administer Linux Processes and Services
SECTION 8 - Monitor SUSE Linux Enterprise 10
SECTION 9 - Manage System Initialization
SECTION 10 - Manage SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 Software
SECTION 11 - Manage Backup and Recovery
SECTION 12 - Configure Remote Access
SECTION 13 - Install and Manage OES 2 for Linux
SECTION 14 - Migrate Services and Data from NetWare to OES 2 Linux
SECTION 15 - Manage Storage and Volumes
SECTION 16 - Implement Domain Services for Windows
There is no exam associated with this course.
This is traditional instructor-led classroom training. Students are taught in person using classroom
computers for labs.
Still instructor-led, this method allows students to participate remotely using a home or office computer with a
microphone and earphones. Classroom computers are used over the Internet to complete labs.
Materials used in the classroom are provided. No instructor or computers provided. Can be studied at
student's own pace.