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Replication from a Windows Server to Novell Server

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#1 Auroara19


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Posted 27 April 2009 - 01:52 PM

Hello everyone,

I hope that I am posting this is the correct forum....... It has been quite some time since I have had to deal with Novell, and now find myself knee deep in it. :thumbsup: I was originally hired to migrate the current network (Novell) over to an AD network... well with the economy and all, that project has been put on hold indefinatly. Now I find myself the administrator of a Novell network. (I am an AD person NOT Novell) anyway on to the question.... We recently switched over our antivirus program to ESET NOD32. (Great little program it is to.) In order for the Novell servers to receive the updates they have to replicate with a Windows Server that actually pulls all of the updates.

We are running Novell 6.5
the ESET program is hosted on a WIndows Server 2003 and the update files are located in a folder called mirror.

ESET is all set up and configured to pull the update files now I just need to get them to talk to each other. Like I said it has been about 10 years since I have done anything with Novell, so can't remember what I need to do to get it to talk to and replicate to the Windows Servers. Anyone know where I can find some detailed instructions or have detailed instructions on how to do this?

Thanks Much!

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