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New OES NetWare server

Hi,

I'm building a new OES NetWare configuration, and am using NW65SP7
overlay. What additional post-SP7 patches would be recommended for a
general-purpose server config, file & print, eDirectory replication
among 6-8 servers, login authentication, nothing exotic.

Thanks.
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Re: New OES NetWare server

Geoff K.,
> What additional post-SP7 patches would be recommended for a
> general-purpose server config, file & print, eDirectory replication
> among 6-8 servers, login authentication, nothing exotic.
>

The ones listed as "mandatory" on the download page. Mainly the TCP and
Winsock ones

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snidelydev Absent Member.
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Re: New OES NetWare server

AndersG;1584303 wrote:
Geoff K.,
> What additional post-SP7 patches would be recommended for a
> general-purpose server config, file & print, eDirectory replication
> among 6-8 servers, login authentication, nothing exotic.
>

The ones listed as "mandatory" on the download page. Mainly the TCP and
Winsock ones


More information/explanation has been collected in the wiki article:

Nw65sp7 - CoolSolutionsWiki. Some of the best reading on the Novell sites!

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