August 2013

How To Change Novell Password on Windows XP

By |2016-12-22T14:36:26-07:00August 21st, 2013|eDirectory, End User Do It Yourself|

If you see a Novell logo like the one below when your Windows XP computer starts up, you're using Novell services to login to your network. You can easily change your Novell Password on your own without having to contact your help-desk or network administrator. How to Change Your Novell eDirectory Password You can easily change your Novell eDirectory Password on your own without having to contact your help-desk or network administrator. Refer to the visual step-by-step below for complete [...]

How to Change Novell Password on Windows 7

By |2016-12-22T14:36:26-07:00August 21st, 2013|eDirectory, End User Do It Yourself|

If you see a Novell logo like the one below when your Windows 7 computer starts up, you're using Novell services to login to your network. You can easily change your Novell Password on your own without having to contact your help-desk or network administrator. STEP A) Invoke the Password Control Dialog Assuming you are logged into your workstation and your desktop is visible and active: Press CTRL-ALT-DEL. This will bring up a System Menu as shown below. 2. Click [...]

November 2011

Keeping up-to-date with Novell news

By |2016-12-22T14:36:31-07:00November 21st, 2011|eDirectory, GroupWise, GroupWise 2012, Technical|

Ever feel like you are a little out of the loop on what is going on with Novell? There are a couple of webinars I recommend to keep you updated on new products and features. The first is the Novell Community Chats. This is a relatively new webinar series, but it is put on by Novell. We're very excited about an upcoming event on Dec 13 about GroupWise 2012. We're encouraging all our GroupWise customers to attend this event to [...]

Monitor and Restart eDirectory on Linux

By |2016-12-22T14:36:31-07:00November 21st, 2011|eDirectory|

I'm currently working on an OES2 project involving Domain Services for Windows, and we're having some problems with the ndsd process (eDirectory) crashing. It's very random, and while we are trying to get a coredump for analysis, we are unable to pinpoint the offending process. Furthermore, we're having trouble obtaining a coredump with enough detail to find the exact problem. So we are unable to duplicate at will, and when it does crash, we have very little information to help [...]