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File Access

Hello Everyone

I am trying to learn how to give a user access to just one Volume where
data is.. I am new to Novell and I was wondering how to give them access to
just the Volume.. I thought I had to do this in Imanager but I have since
been informed that I should be using Console One... Does any one have a
good TID that I might be able to use to learn this.. and for that matter
is there a TID or something out there that tells me what I should you
Console one for and imanager for.... I new to Novell and I am trying to
learn my way around....
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File Access

Hello All

I have figured out the file access issue but the users still have access to
the sys Volume if they try to map it.. I do see that they only have JAVA
LOGIN MAIL NDPS PUBLIC... But they should not get these correct... I am
just kind of confused.. This is a brand new user with nothing setup so I
really don't get why they see this stuff out of the box..

Any help anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated
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Re: File Access

I find the simplest approach is to use Nwadmn32.exe -- you can run that
from a Windows workstation -- you'll find it in sys:\public\win32


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Barry Schnur
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Re: File Access

gwhite@positionsoft.com wrote:

> I do see that they only have JAVA
> LOGIN MAIL NDPS PUBLIC


They are suppose to see them as there is a default Browse assignment
(inherit in the setup) -- otherwise, they would not be able to to login
(depending on client OS), run login scripts, print, or access standard
utils ...

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Peter
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Re: File Access

I *strongly* suggest you pick up a book on NetWare Administration from
your local bookstore or library .. would save you a TON of headaches and
questions ...


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Peter
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Re: File Access

Granting rights is one thing. The second is getting automated access
to the volume for the users. This is normally accomplished via a login
script.

I normally use windows explorer to do a quick assigning of rights.

As Peter suggests how to accomplish both of these are covered in an
admin manual.

Another resource is www.novell.com/documentation Open up the NetWare
6.5 area.

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Timothy Leerhoff
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Re: File Access

> I *strongly* suggest you pick up a book on NetWare Administration from
> your local bookstore or library .. would save you a TON of headaches and
> questions ...
>

Might lead to more questions as well...


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Barry Schnur
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Re: File Access

So you favor /no/ education?

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Peter
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Re: File Access

> So you favor /no/ education?
>

Did I say that more questions was a bad thing???

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