This course teaches students how to design and implement Novell eDirectory (version 8.8) trees and related components in any type of organization for different types of organizational goals using different types of network operating systems. Students perform eDirectory design and implementation tasks on the following platforms: Novell Open Enterprise Server - Netware (SP1), Novell Open Enterprise Server - Linux (SP1), and Windows(r) Server 2003.
Before attending this course students should have an understanding or equivalent experience of the following: -CompTIA Network+ (Course 3003 v1 or 3003 v2)-Novell Courses : Foundations of Novell Networking (Course 3016),Novell Network Management (Course 3042), Fundamentals of Novell eDirectory (Course 3017) can be used to meet the prerequisite knowledge of this course
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Students attending this course should have a basic knowledge of the following eDirectory concepts and components: -eDirectory tree structure and object classes -Partitioning and replication -eDirectory rights and inheritance -eDirectory management tools (ConsoleOne, iMonitor, iManager)Students should also be familiar with and have experience working with network operating systems (NetWare 6 or later, Windows 2000 Server/Advanced Server, Windows Server 2003; Novell Open Enterprise Server - Linux or SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9). This course is part of the CNE and CNI certification path.
- Identify the eDirectory Design Process
- Design and Implement an eDirectory Tree Structure
- Plan the User Environment
- Determine a Partition and Replica Strategy
- Design eDirectory Network Services Strategies
- Validate Your eDirectory Design and Merge Two Directory Trees
- Plan, Design and Implement an eDirectory Tree for E-Business