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Chapter 8. Networking with Novell NetWare 6.5 > Administering a Novell Network

Administering a Novell Network

Once the NetWare server software is installed on the server, you have more than one option for administering the server. When the server boots and then loads the NOS, a GUI interface starts on the server that can be used to access the ConsoleOne or the NetWare Remote Manager, which are both management utilities. You also have the option of managing the server from the command line; NetWare servers have historically been managed using a number of different menu-driven utilities that are run on the server. For example, to manage volumes and hard drives you would type nssmu at the Server Console command line, which would start the NSS Management Utility.

You also have the option of remotely administering the server and the network. You can access the NetWare Remote Manager from any client on the network using your Web browser. The NetWare Remote Manager allows you to manage your servers, users, and volumes. With the release of NetWare 6, another management tool, the iManager was also made available. It allows easy access to a greater number of server services and their settings, including DHCP and DNS.


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