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iManager OES Server

Good day:
I have been using Netware for a number of years. I finally installed
OES Linux about 3 days ago on a dual P3-733, 1.5 GB RAM, IBM Server as
my test system. After installing the product, I noticed that Novell
Remote Manager runs at about the same speed as my Netware box (P3-600
Mhz server). However, iManager seems to run significantly slower on
the Linux server.

Has anyone else noticed similar behaviour? Is there something I can
check to change this behaviour?

Regards,
Paul

Paul M. Muhlbach, A+, CNA, MCSA, MCT
APM Computer Services
Lethbridge, AB Canada
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Re: iManager OES Server

Paul,

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