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rights issues and setting server time

I just inherited my job and there are a couple of issues that I would like
some help on - first our 6.5 Novell file server is 7 minutes fast - an
annoyance to many users - unfortunately there is no internet access so
Atomic time programs are not accessible - Is there any way to change the
time?

Also, it appears that the "rights" for users are pretty much carte blanche
(i work for attorneys and "it's their equipment" and "they want full
access rights") ok, so I have a situation where a couple of the attorneys
need to be prohibited from a few specific folders in one of the
directories - is there an EASY way to restrict access on a folder without
revamping the entire rights structure?
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Re: rights issues and setting server time

To Adjust the time, use this command -
http://support.novell.com/techcenter/search/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=10025901html&sliceId=&dialogID=1751508
There are some special radios that can be purchased to connect to computers
to get internet time. I have not looked at these for over 5 years so I
can't talk much on them anymore but I can help findout if you need to know.


Here are a couple of articles discussing how to restrict rights.
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?10069406.htm
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?10059007.htm

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<mschweigert@qjhp.com> wrote in message
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>I just inherited my job and there are a couple of issues that I would like
> some help on - first our 6.5 Novell file server is 7 minutes fast - an
> annoyance to many users - unfortunately there is no internet access so
> Atomic time programs are not accessible - Is there any way to change the
> time?
>
> Also, it appears that the "rights" for users are pretty much carte blanche
> (i work for attorneys and "it's their equipment" and "they want full
> access rights") ok, so I have a situation where a couple of the attorneys
> need to be prohibited from a few specific folders in one of the
> directories - is there an EASY way to restrict access on a folder without
> revamping the entire rights structure?



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