Novell NetWare 4.11 Server PC
Windows 98 Client PC
2 CAT5 UTP patch cables
Hub or switch
Student CD-ROM, "Room 6359"
The student should become familiar with the Novell NetWare 4.11 server operating system including:
Troubleshooting the startup process of the server,
Manually loading and unloading device drivers and modules,
Some basic server console operations,
Know all associated terminology concerning the NetWare operating system families.
The student will become familiar with the Novell NetWare 4.11 operating system and learn the basic skills of troubleshooting the server startup process on the network and will be able to initiate a diagnostic startup of the server and login to the server using available client components on a Windows 98 PC.
NOTE: None of this material is officially endorsed by Novell Inc. and is provided to the students mainly so that they can gain some albeit limited hands on experience with Novell's products which are used in the IT industry. And also to provide the students with information concerning the Novell products since it is expected for the CompTIA Network+ certification. This material is intended solely for educational purposes and may not be reproduced or used in any commercial environment and must not be used as a substitute for a certified Novell professional on commercially deployed Novell products.
In order to perform the following procedures, a Novell NetWare 4.11 Server must be up and running and attached to the Room 6359 hub. See NET2 Lecture/Lab #1 - Introduction to Novell NetWare 4.11 for details on the complete setup for the following exercises.
Procedures - Diagnostic Startup of the Server
Server Console Commands
Procedures - Managing the Server and the Network
Strong Password Enforcement in NetWare 4.11
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