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Chris500
01-Apr-2014, 23:06
I have a question

I know you have to install edirectory before imanager but can someone
that has installed Novell before please walk me through the steps from
start to finish in a simple way?

Thanks,


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Stevo
01-Apr-2014, 23:56
Chris500 sounds like they 'said':

>
> I have a question
>
> I know you have to install edirectory before imanager but can someone
> that has installed Novell before please walk me through the steps from
> start to finish in a simple way?
>
> Thanks,

So my response to Chris500's comment is...

You'll want to post this in one of the edirectory forums, as this one
is strictly a 'non-Novell support' type forum.

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Jim Henderson
02-Apr-2014, 00:08
On Tue, 01 Apr 2014 22:06:02 +0000, Chris500 wrote:

> I have a question
>
> I know you have to install edirectory before imanager but can someone
> that has installed Novell before please walk me through the steps from
> start to finish in a simple way?

"Novell" is a company, not a product - so it's not clear what exactly
you're trying to do....

But if it's eDirectory/iManager you're having trouble with, you'll want
the eDirectory and iManager product forums at http://forums.netiq.com -
as these are now NetIQ products.

Jim
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Jim Henderson
02-Apr-2014, 00:09
On Tue, 01 Apr 2014 23:08:28 +0000, Jim Henderson wrote:

> On Tue, 01 Apr 2014 22:06:02 +0000, Chris500 wrote:
>
>> I have a question
>>
>> I know you have to install edirectory before imanager but can someone
>> that has installed Novell before please walk me through the steps from
>> start to finish in a simple way?
>
> "Novell" is a company, not a product - so it's not clear what exactly
> you're trying to do....
>
> But if it's eDirectory/iManager you're having trouble with, you'll want
> the eDirectory and iManager product forums at http://forums.netiq.com -
> as these are now NetIQ products.

With regards to installation - the documentation does a pretty good step-
by-step walkthrough of installing those two products. You might start
there, and if you run into problems along the way, ask questions about
what you're having trouble with - in the appropriate support forum. :)

Jim



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Novell/SUSE/NetIQ Knowledge Partner

Chris500
02-Apr-2014, 01:16
I am new sorry - can you give me a link to an edirectory forum?


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Chris500
02-Apr-2014, 01:36
Thanks - what I was referring to was installing edirectory then imanager
and then netware and the order of installing them


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Jim Henderson
02-Apr-2014, 03:18
On Wed, 02 Apr 2014 00:36:01 +0000, Chris500 wrote:

> Thanks - what I was referring to was installing edirectory then imanager
> and then netware and the order of installing them

If you're running NetWare, you'll want to start with the NetWare forum on
forums.novell.com - just browse the hierarchy and you'll find it.

https://forums.novell.com/forumdisplay.php/395-NetWare is a good starting
point for finding them.

Jim
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kgroneman
02-Apr-2014, 14:48
Hey Chris500:

>I am new sorry - can you give me a link to an edirectory forum?

http://forums.netiq.com and you'll find a link to eDirectory under the
"Identity and Access Governance" heading. Good luck.

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