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Microsoft Services for NetWare 5.0

  • Overview

  • Directory Synchronization Services

  • File Migration Utility

  • File & Print Services for NetWare v5

  • Other Interoperability Services

  • Summary

Donnie Hamlett

Technology Specialist

Microsoft Corporation


Agenda

  • Overview

  • Directory Synchronization Services

  • Microsoft File Migration Utility

  • File and Print Services for NetWare

  • Other Interoperability Services

  • Summary


Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services

Microsoft File Migration Utility

File and Print Services for NetWare v.5

Services for NetWare Overview

  • Synchronizes AD with NDS

  • Reduces directory management

  • Simplifies adoption of Windows 2000

  • Migrates NetWare files to Windows 2000

  • Accelerates migration processes

  • Preserves access control information

  • Enables a Windows 2000 Server to look like a NetWare File/Print Server

  • Reduces migration costs

  • Consolidates hardware support costs


Agenda

  • Overview

  • Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services

  • Microsoft File Migration Utility

  • File and Print Services for NetWare

  • Other Interoperability Services

  • Summary


Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services Overview

  • Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services (MSDSS) synchronizes data between Active Directory and Novell Directory Services (NDS):

    • Reduces Directory Management

    • Simplifies Windows 2000 Server Adoption

    • Easy to Deploy and Use


Session-Based Synchronization

Object Level Synchronization

1-Way & 2-Way

Support

MSDSS Technical Concepts

  • Publishes changes between AD and NDS

  • Configurable at sub-tree level

  • Supports scheduled operation

  • Detects changes at the object-level

  • Maps different tree structures

  • Tracks objects as they move

  • Supports 1-way and 2-way operation

  • 1-Way publishes changes in AD to NDS

  • 2-Way works bi-directionally


Session-Based Synchronization

  • MSDSS synchronizes changes between Active Directory and NDS

  • Each session synchronizes a subtree; multiple subtrees supported

  • Sessions can run on a manual or periodic basis

Windows

Applications

NetWare

Applications

MSDSS

AD

NDS


Object-Level Synchronization

  • MSDSS supports situations where Active Directory and NDS have different tree structures

  • MSDSS tracks objects as they change position in the tree from move and prune & graft operations

Users

Users

M

S

D

S

S

Accounting

Sales

Chicago

New York

User 1

User 2

User 1

User 4

User 3

User 4

User 2

User 5

User 5

User 6

User 3

User 6

Active Directory

NDS


1-Way & 2-Way Support

Active

Directory

NDS

Active

Directory

NDS

  • MSDSS supports 1-way and 2-way synchronization

1-Way

2-Way

  • Changes flow only from Active Directory to NDS

  • Good for using Active Directory as management focal point

  • Best when long-term strategy is migration to AD

  • Changes flow bi-directionally between Active Directory and NDS

  • Good when administrators want to continue to manage data from both directories

  • Best when long-term strategy is co-existence or gradual migration


Reduces

Directory Management

Simplifies Windows 2000 Adoption

Easy to Deploy and Use

MSDSS Benefits

  • Provides single point of administration

  • Maintains integrity across directories

  • Synchronizes a variety of object types

  • Supports password synchronization

  • Preserves existing NDS investments

  • Supports different tree structures

  • Supports multiple NDS/Bindery versions

  • Simplifies NDS to AD migration

  • Wizard-based setup

  • Microsoft Management Console support

  • Configurable synchronization schedule

  • Integrated security


Reduces Directory Management

  • Provides a single point of administration

    • Centralized directory management

    • 1-way (AD to NDS) synchronization

    • Efficient network synchronization

  • Preserves data integrity across directories

    • Replicates a variety of object information

    • Monitors sessions for consistency

  • Synchronizes a variety of objects and changes

    • Supports users, group, organizational units & containers objects with their attributes

    • Captures add, delete, rename, move and modify operations

  • Supportspassword synchronization

    • Changes made in Active Directory can be ‘pushed’ to NDS


Simplifies Windows 2000 Adoption

  • Preserves investments in NDS

    • Requires no changes in NDS/NetWare

    • Synchronizes NDS schema extensions

    • Imports existing NDS structure into Active Directory

  • Supports different tree structures

    • No need to reorganize tree structures

    • Namespace and object mapping

  • Supports multiple NDS/bindery Versions

    • NDS 4.x, NDS 5.x, NDS 8

    • NetWare bindery 3.x

    • Supports TCP/IP and IPX/SPX networking

  • Simplifies NDS to AD migrations

    • Full or incremental migrations

    • Migration management interface wizard


Easy to Use and Deploy

  • Easy to set-up and configure

    • MMC snap-in and Wizard-based GUI

    • “Point and click” configuration

    • Supports session “cloning”

  • Centralizes synchronization administration

    • Centralized monitoring functions

    • Granular view logs

    • Up to 128 sessions per server

  • Configurable scheduling

    • Manual or scheduled

    • Configurable intervals

    • Forward and Reverse Sync

  • Integrated security

    • Configuration stored securely in Active Directory

    • Integrated access restriction controls


Agenda

  • Overview

  • Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services

  • Microsoft File Migration Utility

  • File and Print Services for NetWare

  • Other Interoperability Services

  • Summary


Microsoft File Migration Utility Overview

  • Microsoft File Migration Utility (MSFMU) simplifies the process of migrating file data from NetWare to Windows 2000:

    • Accelerates Migration Process

    • Preserves Access Control Information

    • Simplifies Migration Management


Accelerates Migration

Process

Preserves Access Control Information

Simplifies Migration Management

MSFMU Benefits

  • Moves NetWare files to Windows 2000

  • Multiple volume support

  • Multiple destination support

  • Preserves file permissions and ACLs

  • Granular mapping support

  • Integrated with MSDSS synchronization service

  • Central point of administration

  • Incremental migration support

  • Supports TCP/IP and IPX/SPX protocols & multiple NetWare versions


Folder A1

Folder A1

Folder A2

Folder A2

Folder B3

Folder B3

Folder B4

Folder B4

Accelerates Migration Process

Windows 2000 Server

File Server

NetWare

File Servers

  • MSFMU enables multiple NetWare files to be migrated rapidly to Windows 2000 Server

  • Supports multiple destinations

A

B

MSFMU

C

D


Folder A1

Folder A1

Folder A2

Folder A2

Folder B3

Folder B3

Folder B4

Folder B4

Preserves File Information

Windows 2000 Server

File Server

NetWare

File Servers

  • Preserves NetWare file permissions and ACLs

    • Integrated with MSDSS migration service

    • No need to re-ACL file permissions

  • Granular mapping support

A

B

MSFMU

C

D


Windows 2000 Server

File Server

NetWare

File Servers

Windows 2000 Server

A

MSFMU

B

Server A

C

Server BServer C

Server D

D

Simplifies Migration Management

  • Central point of migration administration through a client connected to a Windows 2000 Server

  • Migration status reporting

  • Incremental migration support

  • Supports TCP/IP and IPX/SPX protocols and multiple NetWare versions


Agenda

  • Overview

  • Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services

  • Microsoft File Migration Utility

  • File and Print Services for NetWare

  • Other Interoperability Services

  • Summary


File and Print Services for NetWare v.5 Overview

  • File and Print Services for NetWare v.5 (FPNW5) enables administrators to manage a Windows 2000 Server as if it were a NetWare file and print server:

    • Reduces Migration Costs

    • Consolidates Hardware Support Costs

    • Simplifies File and Print Server Administration


Reduces Migration Costs

Consolidates Hardware Support Costs

Simplifies File & Print Server Administration

FPNW5 Benefits

  • Transparent to Administrators & Users

  • Requires no client changes

  • Supports multiple client versions

  • Takes advantage of Windows 2000 SMP

  • Requires fewer file and print servers

  • Increases server hardware utilization

  • Leverages existing NetWare skill sets

  • Centralizes file and print server administration

  • Supports 1 file and print platform


Reduces Migration Costs

  • Transparent to Admins and Users

    • Provides a NetWare user interface to a Windows 2000 file and print server

    • Same NetWare log-in sequence for Users

    • Same NetWare management tools for Administrators

  • No client changes required

  • Supports multiple client versions


Consolidates Hardware Support Costs

  • Take advantage of symmetric multi-processing support in Windows 2000

  • Requires fewer file and print servers to handle the same load

  • Increases server hardware utilization

1 Windows 2000

File Server

(100GB, 2p-Pentium III)

60% utilization

12 NetWare

File Servers

(10GB, 1p-Pentium II)

50% utilization


Simplifies F/P Server Admin

  • Leverage existing NetWare skill sets

    • Avoid retraining costs

    • Defer Windows 2000 training costs

  • Centralize file and print server administration

  • Support 1 file and print platform


Agenda

  • Overview

  • Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services

  • Microsoft File Migration Utility

  • File and Print Services for NetWare

  • Other Interoperability Services

  • Summary


Other Interoperability Utilities

Services for NetWare 5.0 also contains utilities that were available previously in Services for NetWare 4.0:

  • Directory Service Manager for NetWare allows a Windows NT 4.0 Domain to centrally administer multiple NetWare 2.x/3.x binderies

  • File and Print Services for NetWare 4 enables administrators to manage a Windows NT Server 4.0 as if it were a NetWare file and print server


Relationship to Windows 2000

Services for NetWare 5

Windows 2000 Server

  • SFNW5 ships separately from the NetWare connectivity services included in Windows 2000

Interoperability Services:

  • Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services

  • Microsoft File Migration Utility

  • File and Print Services for NetWare

  • File and Print Services for NetWare (for NT4)

  • Directory Service Manager for NetWare (for NT4)

Connectivity Services:

  • NW Link:IPX/SPX protocol stack that connects Windows 2000 with NetWare 4.x (and earlier)

  • Gateway Services for NetWare:Connects Windows 2000 Server to NetWare 3.x or 4.x servers

  • Client Services for NetWare: ConnectWindows 2000 Professional to NetWare 3.x and 4.x Servers


Agenda

  • Overview

  • Microsoft Directory Synchronization Services

  • Microsoft File Migration Utility

  • File and Print Services for NetWare

  • Other Interoperability Services

  • Summary


Services for NetWare 5.0 Summary

  • Services for NetWare helps Novell customers:

    • Simplify the adoption of Windows 2000

      • Rapidly build and populate Active Directory

      • Easily synchronize with existing NDS environment

      • Minimize retraining costs

    • Reduce network administration

      • Centralize multi-directory management

      • Consolidate file and print server administration

    • Facilitate migration process

      • Move NDS/bindery information to Active Directory

      • Move NetWare file and print servers to Windows 2000 Server

      • Move NetWare files to Windows 2000 Server


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