I'm not showing the next screen on which you can configure a time source. Bear in mind, though, that a consistent time source is required when you're using an enterprise directory so that directory updates can be properly propagated.
eDirectory now configures itself and starts using the settings you specified. This commencement process can take a bit of time.
After the eDirectory installation completes and the service starts, the remaining Novell OES services are put up on the screen for your review. This screen displays the default configuration for each service and, with one exception, each one can be used as-is. The exception: Novell iFolder. Scroll down the list and find and click the iFolder 3.x option, as seen above.
SolutionBase: Configuring Novell Open Enterprise Server for the first time
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