In article <VA.000037fd.023f3636@ix.netcom.com>, Craig Johnson wrote:
> i am in the process of installing a new bm 3.8 server. during the
> installation, it asks if you want to install rules for the proxies and has
> all of them checked of. i only use vpn, access rules and ip filters and no
> proxies. should i leave all of them checked and it will not hurt anything
> normal traffic or unceck them and in the furture, if i need them, i will
> have problems?


If you check anything in the installation, it will configure things for you
that you would otherwise have to do later, in FILTCFG, NWADMN32, or
elsewhere.

> also, when i downloaded my copy of bm 3.8 it said that there was no
> license disk needed but the install asks for licensing. where do i get
> that?


If you purchased a 'red box' copy of BMgr, there will be a regular license in
the license directory on the CD. There will be a trial license as well, and
on downloaded iso images, I believe there is only the trial license.


Craig Johnson
Novell Support Connection SysOp
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