Ready to make the big leap to NetWare 4? Then, this is one book you absolutely can't afford to be without. The great migration is under way, as LAN managers worldwide are discovering the benefits of making the transition to Novell's NetWare 4. If you are considering migrating to version 4aor later versions as they become available, this book is a must read. Written by an expert in the field, NetWare Migration outfits you with all the planning, project management, and technical know-how you need to do it right. Just as importantly, it arms you with a complete road map and a proven conversion methodology guaranteed to make the transition as smooth and bug-free as possible. Following an in-depth look at the costs and benefits of migrating, Richard Hanley explains the architectural and administrative differences between NetWare version 3 and version 4 that you must understand before getting under way. From there, he cuts right to the chase with all the practical, hands-on information you need to successfully proceed through all phases of the migration process, from training technical personnel through implementation and follow-up. You get: A complete proven methodology for upgrading without costly mistakes Expert advice and guidance on planning and developing NetWare Directory Services (NDS) and designing directory trees Extensive coverage of naming standards with recommendations on the best ways of naming your company's network resources Detailed instructions on converting 3.1 servers and converting workstations to the 4.1 environment Instructions on how to use all of the utilities and commands needed to administer a NetWare 4 network Tips on what to do now to avoid added administration after the migration is doneThis document should convey your companya#39;s overall Directory Tree structure. The Partition Design Diagram will probably be most often used in conjunction with the WAN Configuration Diagram. Using these two documents side by side willanbsp;...
|Author||:||Richard A. Hanley|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1996-01-31|