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    rlabay@dot.state.tx.us NNTP User

    Netware Remote Manager, Users, Rights

    Hello,

    We have an OES Linux server and when I access NRM on port 8009
    using either myself (an admin -- this is a case sensitive login) or the
    tree admin, all I can see is a file listing.

    However, when I login as root, I can see diagnose server, manage linux,
    manage hardware, and group operations.

    1) Is this by design that only root can see server attributes?

    My manager thought that we'd be able to see (and monitor) process
    information as well, although I don't see that.

    2) Is this all of the available information to view or administer?

    Thanks,
    Russell L. Labay
    Texas Department of Transportation
    System Analyst


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  3. #3
    rlabay@dot.state.tx.us NNTP User

    Netware Remote Manager, Users, Rights

    Read the LUM Documentation -- but have a few questions still --

    Is is better to have LUM-enable user objects in eDirectory for
    authentication to OES servers or use a different method of authentication?

    When I have a LUM-enabled user and the server can see it, it treats it as
    a local user for purposes of NRM (Netware Remote manager). However, that
    local user apparently doesn't have the same (administrator) rights like
    the regular eDirectory user object does.

    Russell

    > Hello,
    >
    > We have an OES Linux server and when I access NRM on port 8009
    > using either myself (an admin -- this is a case sensitive login) or the
    > tree admin, all I can see is a file listing.
    >
    > However, when I login as root, I can see diagnose server, manage linux,
    > manage hardware, and group operations.
    >
    > 1) Is this by design that only root can see server attributes?
    >
    > My manager thought that we'd be able to see (and monitor) process
    > information as well, although I don't see that.
    >
    > 2) Is this all of the available information to view or administer?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Russell L. Labay
    > Texas Department of Transportation
    > System Analyst
    >



  4. #4
    Chris Rolfe NNTP User

    Re: Netware Remote Manager, Users, Rights

    Hi Russell,

    Did you get a resolution to the issue below. I have the same issue on one
    of my OES Linux boxes.


    Cheers

    Chris

    On Tue, 19 Jul 2005 14:12:54 +0000, rlabay wrote:

    > Hello,
    >
    > We have an OES Linux server and when I access NRM on port 8009
    > using either myself (an admin -- this is a case sensitive login) or the
    > tree admin, all I can see is a file listing.
    >
    > However, when I login as root, I can see diagnose server, manage linux,
    > manage hardware, and group operations.
    >
    > 1) Is this by design that only root can see server attributes?
    >
    > My manager thought that we'd be able to see (and monitor) process
    > information as well, although I don't see that.
    >
    > 2) Is this all of the available information to view or administer?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Russell L. Labay
    > Texas Department of Transportation
    > System Analyst



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