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I use Timesync all the time

by Andy Konecny In reply to TIMESYNC your network

the only issue I've ever seen is that if you leave the default 'Polling Interval' many public NTP time sources will start blocking your server. Just increase the 'Polling Interval' to 60000 or there abouts on a new set of source servers and you should be just fine.
Then I use NetTime on any Windows boxes that aren't rebooted regularly.

I've collected my notes on the topic that I share with clients at
http://members.rogers.com/chaosadventurer/pro/ntp.htm

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NetWare 6.5 beta

by editor's response In reply to Join the NetWare connecti ...

Have you already downloaded the NetWare 6.5 beta, as featured in the May 19 NetWare e-newsletter? If so, take a few minutes to share your thoughts about the beta with your IT peers.

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NW65 Good, but . . .

by david In reply to NetWare 6.5 beta

As a very long time user of Netware, I love the new features - they're GREAT! BUT when installing on an x86 500MHZ 1GB Ram - and 100gb SCSI, with DSL Connection. All the web screens are very Very slow - even on the local lan. Clearly the machine is very underpowered - but the same box runs just fine with NW6.0 I would say "great"

David

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slow over here to

by Lwood In reply to NW65 Good, but . . .

I installed on a pentium 650 with 512mb of memory and I concur, very slow ... but looks very promising for open source development projects.

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Both sides come out swinging in the open

by Russell Cohen In reply to Join the NetWare connecti ...

Both sides come out swinging in the open source battle

Have a look at this article. I have my opinion, but I'd like to hear others ...

<http://www.techrepublic.com/article_guest.jhtml?id=r00520030513lan01.htm&page=1>

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by Russell Cohen In reply to Both sides come out swing ...

p.s. Don't forget to Rate the article.

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Netware 5.1 Certification

by bfrazier.flushing In reply to Join the NetWare connecti ...

Hello

I'm currently a Netware Admin in a Novell 5 & 5.1 enviornment. I would like to persue my CNE in Netware 5.1 only because i use it daily on the job. My question is if i obtain my CNE in Netware 5.1 before or after the October 31 deadline will i still be reconized as a CNE for 5.1 or will i lose my status and have to re-study again towards the CNE for Netware 6.

Thanks in Advance

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Netware 5.1 Certification

by Russell Cohen In reply to Netware 5.1 Certification

Hi,

I think all your questions have been addressed by Novell at this URL:

NOVELL Why Should I upgrade my CNE to NetWare 6
<http://www.novell.com/training/ccr/whyupgrade.html>

Here’s an extract of some of the most relevant information from the website:

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Q: How does a CNE meet the latest CCR?
A: The following are the exam requirements based on your CNE status:

NetWare 5 CNEs will need to successfully pass exam #050-676 to update to NetWare 6.
NetWare 4 andIntraNetware CNEs will need to successfully pass exam #050-678 to update to NetWare 6. Fax the score report to 801.861.3900.
If you have never achieved a CNE status beyond NetWare 3x, you will need to successfully pass all of the NetWare 6 CNE exams to obtain the NetWare 6 CNE status.

Q: When does the CCR need to be completed?
A: The CCR requirement must be met by October 31, 2003.

Q: What if I don't pass the required NetWare 6 CCR exam by October 31, 2003?
A: CNEs who have not met the CCR requirement will lose all access to their benefits, which includes access to CNENet, certification forums, technical support discounts, etc. For a more comprehensive list of the CNE benefits, visit <http://www.novell.com/training/certinfo/cne/cneben.html>.

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Hope this helps!

Regards,

RLC/
2003-06-09
http://www.techrepublic.com/forumdiscuss/thread_detail.jhtml?thread_id=121453&fromtm=e007

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About Netware Certification

by siddiqui_comm In reply to Join the NetWare connecti ...

Please send me complete info about NEtware Crtification.

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Rsync for NetWare

by editor's response In reply to Join the NetWare connecti ...

Do you use Rsync for NetWare, as featured in the June 16 NetWare e-newsletter? If so, please take a few minutes to post your feedback, including its pros and cons. If not, let us know what alternative you use to synchronize file changes among network servers.

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