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  Unfinished Business: The One Missing Piece
Subject:   Why leave out eDirectory?
Date:   2003-05-05 17:53:10
From:   anonymous2
eDirectory is the current leader in enterprise directories for Linux . . . either this guy has something against Novell or he just didn't do his homework.


Further, Novell's DirXML product will synchronize eDirectory data stored on a Linux server with Active Directory data stored on a Windows server, so Novell provides the infrastructure for integrating Linux into a Windows network.


There you go.

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  • Why leave out eDirectory?
    2003-06-03 07:27:53  anonymous2 [View]

    There's a problem with this:

    "Novell's DirXML product will synchronize eDirectory data stored on a Linux server with [AD] data *stored on a Windows server...*"

    We want Linux/UNIX and legacy Windows desktops to connect to UNIX/Linux servers, so what's the point in giving companies an incentive to buy another Micro$oft server? Any Linux/UNIX directory service, if it is to be compatible with AD, needs to be able to run AD *itself*.
    • Why leave out eDirectory?
      2003-06-13 06:41:21  anonymous2 [View]

      AD is a service that runs on WINDOWS ONLY. Why would you want to build a crappy implementation of a directory for LINUX. Yes I know...thouse legacy windows desktops just like to talk to other windows boxes

      The game plan is install eDirectory, but the problem is the only real CIFS piece at the moment is SAMBA and does not integrated with eDirectory....solution NetWare 7.0 + ZENworks for Linux all coming very soon!