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Re: [SLE] Windows to Linux
  • From: g.lams@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2005 18:08:35 +0100
  • Message-id: <OFE6786D37.CD7CDF2E-ONC1256FA4.005E2BBE-C1256FA4.005E2BC3@xxxxxxxxxx>





I know that you can use it on Windows without Netware, one of our
consultants did it for a client.
And I think the version 6.5 of ZenWorks run on linux, but you would need to
verify whether it's already stable or still in beta

-----a.bridge@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: -----

>To: g.lams@xxxxxxxxxx
>From: a.bridge@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Date: 10/02/2005 05:20PM
>cc: suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx
>Subject: Re: [SLE] Windows to Linux
>
>Can you use Zen works without the Netware?
>
>
>> If you want to manage windows dekstop, you should have a look at
>Zen. We
>> use it to manage our windows dekstops (we use linux only on the
>servers)
>> a.bridge@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 10/02/2005 15.48.47:
>>
>> > Thank you for the input. I guess my main concern is desktop
>management
>> and
>> > group policy as Microsoft calls it. I am going to look at the
>Novell
>> Linux
>> > Desktop but to be honest with you I don't see our users making
>the
>> change.
>> > Again, Desktop management is my main concern. As far as DHCP,
>DNS, File
>> and
>> > Print sharing...the basic network components go, I feel I have a
>> > handle on it.
>> > And Webmin is going to turn out to be very helpful I think.
>> >
>> >
>> > > It is worth trying Novells site they have something on
>> > > migrating from NT running right now.
>> > > http://www.novell.com/linux/windowstolinux/
>> > >
>> > > I know it is not a book but in combination with one of
>> > > the box you have it may give you some ideas, also you
>> > > can ask them for a step by step guide or something
>> > > like that.
>> > >
>> > > Good luck.
>> > > George
>> > >
>> > >
>> > > --- Aaron Bridge wrote:
>> > > > I am looking for a book that someone could
>> > > > recommend, and has used, that
>> > > > would help with a migration from a Windows server
>> > > > platform to linux.
>> > > > Preferably Suse if possible. I have seen several
>> > > > books (ie "Window to
>> > > > Linux" etc...) that cover the topic but would like
>> > > > to get some feed back
>> > > > from those currently taking on this task or have
>> > > > completed this task.
>> > > >
>> > > > Thanks,
>> > > >
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