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Novell Native File Access for All www. novell. com Richard D. Jones Storage Products Novell Native File Access for All www. novell. com Richard D. Jones Storage Products Manager Novell, Inc. [email protected] com

Abstract • Companies today deploy and maintain a variety of different client software on Abstract • Companies today deploy and maintain a variety of different client software on their workstations and laptops in order to access storage on Novell networks • Novell Native File Access services now overcomes the need for special software to be installed and maintained on the Windows, Macintosh or UNIX/Linux workstations in order to access and share data • This server-based solution allows these clients to securely access Novell storage right out of the box 4 It also allows web-capable devices to securely access Novell storage • This session explores the Native File Access and browser-based solutions • We will outline which solutions will best meet your organization's needs

Agenda • Introduction • What comes built-in to network • Native File Access and Agenda • Introduction • What comes built-in to network • Native File Access and Net. Storage • Native or add-on clients • Storage access futures

All Those Computers UNIX Windows XP Windows CE Symbian. OS (WAP) Mac. OS Windows All Those Computers UNIX Windows XP Windows CE Symbian. OS (WAP) Mac. OS Windows 2000

Cost to Maintain a Computer • $7000 per year for desktop 4 Includes $333/year Cost to Maintain a Computer • $7000 per year for desktop 4 Includes $333/year machine cost • 3 -year depreciation • $10, 700 per year for laptop 4 Includes $700/year machines cost • 3 -year depreciation • Bulk of cost is maintaining software/operating system Data from Gartner Group

Leverage What’s There • What comes built into the desktop operating systems that you Leverage What’s There • What comes built into the desktop operating systems that you can leverage 4 File sharing 4 File management 4 User authentication • A look at what comes built-in to network 4 How to leverage these features in a Novell environment

What Comes Built-in to Network • Microsoft Windows 4 Microsoft Client for Microsoft Networks What Comes Built-in to Network • Microsoft Windows 4 Microsoft Client for Microsoft Networks • Utilizes the Common Internet File System (CIFS) protocol 4 Microsoft Client Service for Net. Ware® • IPX-only—must install 4 Web. DAV • Windows 2000 and XP only 4 Web browser • Internet Explorer

What Comes Built-in to Network • Apple Macintosh 4 Apple Filing Protocol client • What Comes Built-in to Network • Apple Macintosh 4 Apple Filing Protocol client • AFP over TCP/IP in Mac. OS 8. x and up 4 Web browser • Internet Explorer and Netscape 4 Web. DAV • Mac. OS X only 4 UNIX systems client • NFS in Mac. OS X only (cont. )

What Comes Built-in to Network • Linux, UNIX 4 UNIX networking client • Utilizes What Comes Built-in to Network • Linux, UNIX 4 UNIX networking client • Utilizes the NFS protocol 4 UNIX client for Novell networks • IPX-only— must install 4 UNIX client for Microsoft networks • Utilizes the CIFS protocol—must install 4 Web browser • Netscape Navigator (cont. )

What Comes Built-in to Network • Palm, Webphone, etc. 4 Web browser • Internet What Comes Built-in to Network • Palm, Webphone, etc. 4 Web browser • Internet Explorer 4 on Win. CE devices • WAP-only browser on smaller devices (cont. )

Native File Access The Novell Native File Access feature securely and simply removes data Native File Access The Novell Native File Access feature securely and simply removes data access obstacles from your network to accelerate your business It’s one Net A world where networks of all types—corporate and public, intranets, extranets, and the Internet—work together as one Net and securely connect employees, customers, suppliers, and partners across organizational boundaries

Native File Access (cont. ) • Overcomes the need to install special client software Native File Access (cont. ) • Overcomes the need to install special client software • Allows a broad range of clients to natively access Net. Ware storage right out of the box • Enables virtually any client to securely access their data from any location • User management for disparate client operating systems is simplified through Novell e. Directory™

Native File Access (cont. ) • Built into Net. Ware 6 • Novell Native Native File Access (cont. ) • Built into Net. Ware 6 • Novell Native File Access Pack for Net. Ware 5. 1 4 Add-on product: $299 per server 4 Free to Upgrade-Protected and Maintenance customers 4 Requires e. Directory 85. 12 a or greater 4 Requires Net. Ware 5. 1 SP 3 or greater 4 Requires Novell Modular Authentication Services™ (NMAS™) 2. 01 or greater (included in package)

Native File Access (cont. ) • Microsoft Windows networking 4 Implementation of the CIFS Native File Access (cont. ) • Microsoft Windows networking 4 Implementation of the CIFS protocol over TCP/IP 4 e. Directory or NT Domain Authentication • Domain Authentication requires importing users from the NT Domain Primary Domain Controller 4 Distributed file support (folder junctions) 4 Novell Cluster Services™ support 4 No need to add ANY software to workstation

Native File Access (cont. ) • Apple Macintosh networking 4 Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) Native File Access (cont. ) • Apple Macintosh networking 4 Apple Filing Protocol (AFP) v 2. 2 protocol over TCP/IP 4 Supports Mac. OS 8. x through Mac OS X 4 Supports Network Browser (Mac. OS 9. x) and Mac. OS X • NW 6 only via SLP v 2 4 Chooser support through the “Server IP Address…” button • No Apple. Talk support 4 No need to add ANY software to workstation

Native File Access (cont. ) • UNIX networking 4 Network File System (NFS) v Native File Access (cont. ) • UNIX networking 4 Network File System (NFS) v 3 implementation • Supports NFS v 2 also • Support over TCP and UDP • Support Novell Cluster Services 4 No need to add ANY software to workstation

Net. Storage • Web. DAV 4 Web. DAV built into Net. Ware 5. 1 Net. Storage • Web. DAV 4 Web. DAV built into Net. Ware 5. 1 4 Web. DAV built into Net. Ware 6 (Recommended) • Net. Storage install option to enable Web. DAV on NW 6 • Web browser 4 Novell Portal Services 4 Net. Storage built into Net. Ware 6

Net. Storage • File access via Novell Portal Services File Gadget • Two flavors Net. Storage • File access via Novell Portal Services File Gadget • Two flavors 4 Web. DAV or Native • Upload, download • Create, delete • Share • Distributed file junctions

Native File Access (cont. ) • Secure authentication 4 Native authentication method through NMAS Native File Access (cont. ) • Secure authentication 4 Native authentication method through NMAS to e. Directory • Leverages NMAS password management to supply one password – Must initialize password at upgrade File protocol Mutual authentication Two-way encrypted NMAS LCM proxy NMAS e. Directory User object NMAS LSM authentication -NMAS PWD attribute methods

Native File Access (cont. ) Native File Access (cont. )

Vision…one Net A world where networks of all types—corporate and public, intranets, extranets, and Vision…one Net A world where networks of all types—corporate and public, intranets, extranets, and the Internet—work together as one Net and securely connect employees, customers, suppliers, and partners across organizational boundaries Mission To solve complex business and technical challenges with Net business solutions that enable people, processes, and systems to work together and our customers to profit from the opportunities of a networked world

Native or Add-on Clients • When should I use add-on client software? 4 Functional Native or Add-on Clients • When should I use add-on client software? 4 Functional needs (corporate and/or user) 4 Backwards compatibility 4 Administration • Novell add-on client software 4 i. Folder 4 i. Print 4 Novell ZENworks® 4 Net. Ware Client 32™

Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • i. Folder • • i. Folder lets Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • i. Folder • • i. Folder lets your files follow you Your electronic bags are always packed Windows and soon Mac. OS clients Access files via Net. Storage services from any browser 4 When • • to use Laptop users Users with more than one machine Telecommuters, road-warriors Desktop user data backup and disaster recovery strategy

Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • i. Print • • IPP client plug-in Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • i. Print • • IPP client plug-in Automatic driver download and install HTML-map based printer location/install Temporary printers 4 When to use • All corporate offices • Branch and remote offices • Users and visitors to your company

Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • ZENworks 4 Complete enterprise desktop and application Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • ZENworks 4 Complete enterprise desktop and application management • • • Policy-based application distribution Help desk, secure remote control Policy-based workstation management and lockdown Inventory Next ZENworks version is not dependent upon Client 32 4 When to use • Corporate desktops and laptops for non-power users – Where IT control will increase productivity, reduce costs • Reduce workstation lifecycle management costs

Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • Client 32 for Windows • • Great Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • Client 32 for Windows • • Great for backwards compatibility Full secure experience to Novell products in one package IPX and TCP/IP Full e. Directory experience 4 When to use • Support ZENworks for Desktops v 1 through v 3 • Administrators running Net. Ware Admin, Console. One®, and other Net. Ware and e. Directory tools • Existing Novell Login Script support needed • Running third-party tools (i. e. , backup consoles) that leverage e. Directory and require Net. Ware Client interfaces to run

Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • Net. Ware Client for Mac. OS (Prosoft Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • Net. Ware Client for Mac. OS (Prosoft Engineering) • • Backwards compatibility IPX Client for Mac. OS X using TCP/IP (coming soon) Full e. Directory experience 4 When to use • To access data on older Novell servers • Where full e. Directory experience and security is needed • “Closet Mac users”

Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • Net. Ware Client for Linux (Caldera Systems) Native or Add-on Clients (cont. ) • Net. Ware Client for Linux (Caldera Systems) • Backwards compatibility • IPX • Full e. Directory experience 4 When to use • To access data on older Novell servers without purchasing Net. Ware NFS services products • Where full e. Directory experience and security is needed • “Closet Linux users”

Storage Access Futures • Native File Access 4 Newer protocol support • AFP v Storage Access Futures • Native File Access 4 Newer protocol support • AFP v 3. 0, CIFS enhancements • 64 -bit interfaces into NSS directly for performance • Unicode direct to NSS 4 Command scripts from e. Directory 4 Enhanced password support • Expire • Restrict length • Enforce uniqueness 4 NFS locking and rights mapping

Storage Access Futures (cont. ) • Web. Access 4 Net. Identity-enabled services 4 Multiple Storage Access Futures (cont. ) • Web. Access 4 Net. Identity-enabled services 4 Multiple file select upload/download 4 Updates to Web. DAV