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Instructions for NSM 2.0

I have installed NSM 2 on NW 6.5 servers. I have gotten it up and
running through the Console and want to start making policies. But, I
can't find any documentation that covers what all can be done.

I have seen the one video that they offer. Are there more that I just
can't seem to find? What about any documentation other thant he shot
admin guide?

Thanks.

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Instructions for NSM 2.0

Port Man,
What can I help with? Is there something in particular that you need
more help with?

Do your existing users have home directories? Are they spread all over
or centralized on a server or cluster?

If there is setting available in eDirectory concerning home directories
including creating, renaming, moving, deleting, and now even vaulting.
Templates can be added to home directories to get your users started
with an organized directory structure, etc. Flags can be set for Rename
Inhibit or Delete Inhibit.

You are more than welcome to post your questions here.


Have you visited www.storagemgr.com?

thanks,
NSM Development

Port Man wrote:
> I have installed NSM 2 on NW 6.5 servers. I have gotten it up and
> running through the Console and want to start making policies. But, I
> can't find any documentation that covers what all can be done.
>
> I have seen the one video that they offer. Are there more that I just
> can't seem to find? What about any documentation other thant he shot
> admin guide?
>
> Thanks.
>

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