OES 2018 SP3: Planning and Implementation Guide

  OES 2018 SP3: Planning and Implementation Guide
    Welcome to Open Enterprise Server 2018 SP3
    Planning Your OES 2018 SP3 Implementation
      Plan for eDirectory
      Identify a Purpose for Each Server
      Understand Server Requirements
      Understand User Restrictions and Linux User Management
      Understand Your Installation Options
    Getting and Preparing OES Software
      64-Bit Only
      Do You Want to Purchase OES 2018 SP3 or Evaluate It?
      Evaluating OES 2018 SP3 Software
      Downloading and Preparing OES Software
    Installing OES
      Installing OES on Physical Servers
      Installing OES Servers in a Xen VM
      Installing OES Servers in a KVM Virtual Machine
    Upgrading to OES
      Supported Upgrade Paths
      Planning for the Upgrade to OES 2018 SP3
      Meeting the Upgrade Requirements
    Migrating Existing Servers and Data
      Supported OES Migration Paths
      Migration Tools and Purposes
    Virtualization in OES
      Graphical Overview of Virtualization in OES
      Why Install OES Services on Your VM Host?
      Services Supported on VM Hosts and Guests
      Xen VMs Need Ext2 for the System /Boot Volume
    Clustering and High Availability
      Planning for a Cluster
      Planning for OES Cluster Services
    Managing OES
      Overview of Management Interfaces and Services
      Using OES Welcome Pages
      iManager and Self-Signed Certificates
      SSH Services on OES
    Network Services
      DNS and DHCP
      Time Services
      Discovery Services
    Storage and File Systems
      Overview of OES Storage
      Planning OES File Storage
      Coexistence and Migration of Storage Services
      Configuring and Maintaining Storage
    eDirectory, LDAP, NSS AD, and Domain Services for Windows
      Overview of Directory Services
      LDAP (eDirectory)
      NSS AD Support
      Why Both NSS AD and DSfW?
      Domain Services for Windows
    Users and Groups
      Creating Users and Groups
      Linux User Management: Access to Linux for eDirectory Users
      Identity Management Services
      Using the Identity Manager 4.8 Bundle Edition
    Access Control and Authentication
      Controlling Access to Services
      Authentication Services
    Backup Services
      Services for End Users
      System-Wide Services
    File Services
      Overview of File Services
      Planning for File Services
      Coexistence and Migration of File Services
      Aligning NCP and POSIX File Access Rights
      FTP (Pure-FTPd) and OES
      NCP Implementation and Maintenance
      NetStorage Implementation and Maintenance
      OES AFP Implementation and Maintenance
      OES CIFS Implementation and Maintenance
    Print Services
      Overview of Print Services
      Planning for Print Services
      Coexistence and Migration of Print Services
      Print Services Implementation Suggestions
      Print Services Maintenance Suggestions
    Web Services
      Overview of OES Security Services
      Planning for Security
      OES and Security Scanners
      Links to Product Security Considerations
      List of Antivirus Software
    Certificate Management
    Product Improvement
      Data That is Collected for Product Improvement
      How the Micro Focus Server Receives the Data
    OES Dashboard
    Adding Services to OES Servers
    Changing an OES Server’s IP Address
      Caveats and Disclaimers
      Changing the Server’s Address Configuration
      Reconfiguring the OES Services
      Repairing the eDirectory Certificates
      Completing the Server Reconfiguration
      Modifying a Cluster
      Reconfiguring Services on Other Servers That Point to This Server
    Updating/Patching OES Servers
    Quick Reference to OES User Services
    OES Browser Support
    Client/Workstation OS Support
    OES Service Scripts
    System User and Group Management in OES
      About System Users and Groups
      Understanding Proxy Users
      Common Proxy User
      Planning Your Proxy Users
      Implementing Your Proxy User Plan
      Proxy Users and Domain Services for Windows
      System Users
      System Groups
      Auditing System Users
    Administrative Users and Groups in OES
      eDirectory Administrative Users and Groups
      Active Directory Administrative Users and Groups
    Coordinating Password Policies Among Multiple File Services
      Concepts and Prerequisites
      Deployment Guidelines for Different Servers and Deployment Scenarios
    Configuration and Log Files
      Common Proxy
      Domain Services for Windows
      Linux User Management
      Migration Tool
      Cluster Services
      OES File Access Rights Management (NFARM)
      Novell Identity Translator (NIT)
      Linux Volume Manager (NLVM)
      Storage Services
    Small Footprint CIM Broker (SFCB)
      OES CIM Providers
      SFCB Is Automatically Installed with OES
      Coexistence with NRM and iManager in Earlier Releases
      SFCB and Linux User Management (LUM)
      Links to More Information about WBEM and SFCB
    Legal Notices