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Lesson 16 – ADMINISTERING NETWARE: THE BASICS. OVERVIEW. Working with user accounts. Working with security groups. Managing file system access. . WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS . Establish security accounts. Modify user accounts. Delete user accounts. Establish security accounts .

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Lesson 16 – ADMINISTERING NETWARE: THE BASICS


OVERVIEW

  • Working with user accounts.

  • Working with security groups.

  • Managing file system access.


WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS

  • Establish security accounts.

  • Modify user accounts.

  • Delete user accounts.


Establish security accounts

ConsoleOne:

  • Comprehensive tool to administer nearly any object that exists in an NDS tree.


Establish security accounts

ConsoleOne


Establish security accounts

To create a new user account:

  • Access File menu.

  • Choose New.

  • Choose User.


Establish security accounts

New User Dialog Box


Establish security accounts

To create a new user account:

  • Click OK to create user account.

  • Assign user password.


Modify user accounts

Steps:

  • Double-click user object.

  • Click different tabs to access account settings types in the Properties dialog box.


Modify user accounts

General/Identification:

  • Defines additional user information.


Modify user accounts

User Properties dialog box


Modify user accounts

General/Environment:

  • Enables definition of the language the user will use and the default server.


Modify user accounts

Default Server:

  • In a single Network, do not set the server.

  • In a multi-server Network, specify the server.


Modify user accounts

General/Environment tab


Modify user accounts

Restrictions/Password Restrictions tab


Modify user accounts

Login Restrictions:

  • Account disabled.

  • Account has expiration date.

  • Limit concurrent connections from different computers.


Modify user accounts

Time Restrictions:

  • Allow/disallow login times.


Modify user accounts

Restrictions/Time Restrictions tab


Modify user accounts

Address Restrictions:

  • Restrict access.

    Intruder Detection:

  • Restrictions/Intruder Lockout.


Modify user accounts

Administrative duties:

  • Rights to files/ folders.

  • Memberships/ group membership.

  • Memberships/ Security Equal To.

  • Security Equal to Me.


Delete user accounts

Steps:

  • Select object in the right pane.

  • Open File menu.

  • Choose Delete NDS Object.


WORKING WITH SECURITY GROUPS

  • Creating groups

  • Maintaining group membership


Creating groups

Steps:

  • Select organization container.

  • Open File menu.

  • Choose New.

  • Choose Group.

  • Enter new group name.

  • Click OK.


Creating groups

New Group dialog box


Maintaining group membership

Steps:

  • Open group object in ConsoleOne

  • Use Members tab.

  • Open individual user’s Properties dialog box.

  • Use Memberships/Group Membership tab.


Maintaining group membership

ConsoleOne Member’s tab


MANAGING FILE SYSTEM ACCESS

Administer volume and folder security:

  • Use Network Neighborhood/My Computer as Administrator.

  • Use ConsoleOne to assign permissions.


Managing file system access

NetWare Rights tab


Managing file system access

Trustees tab


Managing file system access

  • Understanding NetWare folder permissions

  • Assigning rights


Understanding NetWare folder permissions

  • Manage permissions to folders and individual files.

  • Folder and file permissions use same rights.


Understanding NetWare folder permissions

File system security rights:

  • Supervisor

  • Read

  • Write

  • Create


Understanding NetWare folder permissions

File system security rights:

  • Erase

  • Modify

  • File Scan

  • Access Control


Understanding NetWare folder permissions

Tips:

  • For read-only access to a folder, grant Read and File Scan rights.

  • Create folders similar to secure in-box by granting Create right.

  • Cumulative file system rights.

  • Consider capabilities granted to user with rights.


Assigning rights

To add a Trustee:

  • Navigate to the folder.

  • Right-click the folder.

  • Choose Properties.

  • Select Add Trustee button.

  • Choose user/group from list.

  • Click OK.

  • Use checkboxes in Access Rights portion of the Trustees of This Directory tab.


Assigning rights

To remove a Trustee:

  • Select that person in the list.

  • Click Delete Trustee.


SUMMARY

Working with user accounts:

  • Establish security accounts

  • Modify user accounts

  • Delete user accounts


Summary

Working with security groups:

  • Creating groups

  • Maintaining group membership


Summary

Managing file system access:

  • Understanding NetWare folder permissions

  • Assigning rights


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