Novell networking basic functionalities.

By sjette70 ·
Hi there...

well I am studying for an entry position and on the test the questions asked I was told were going to be along the lines of:

1)Knowledge of microcomputers, laptops and peripherals operating in a Novell environment.

2) Knowledge of client service techniques and principles.

Now pls keep in mind I was told questions would not get very specific and this is entry level and the questions would be very general on Newtorking concepts in Novell.

Here is what I think will be asked:

1) How to route printer ports to available print queus.

2)Connecting print servers to network

3) mapping drives

4)creating/reseting User accounts/passwords

5) printer configuration

I know these are very basic functions so I am sure plenty of you can enlighten me.

Thxs in Advance

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by cmiller5400 In reply to Novell networking basic f ...

Google is your friend...

Since I am in a charitable mood, here are a few freebies...

1. Capture
3. Map
4. ConsoleOne/iManager

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by sjette70 In reply to Okay...

I have found a lot of answers...just curious I'm searching now for this one?

What is the difference between 'Novell Netware Client for Windows' and 'Client services for Netware.'

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by cmiller5400 In reply to Thanks

What do you know about Novell networking may be the appropriate question? This is starting to sound like you are a student trying to pass off your homework...

Novell Netware Client for Windows is provided by Novell (more features and control). Client services for Netware is provided by Microsoft.

Edit: Retracted a line... Added a new one.

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by sjette70 In reply to Yipes...

Not trying to pass off anything, I am doing a lot of research but it gets confusing at first...just simply trying to make sure I am grasping at the right straws.


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by cmiller5400 In reply to Thanks

Yeah, Novell can be a different beast and a bit of a curve, but once you have all the jargon down and how it all intermingles, it will be a piece of cake. Best of luck in your studies.

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