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How to Use GNOME to Manage End Users' Desktops on SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10

Aug 23, 2007, 06:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Sander Van Vugt)

[ Thanks to jane smith for this link. ]

"Now that Linux is rapidly gaining popularity on the enterprise desktop, desktop administrators are requiring new functionality with regards to desktop management. In a well-managed environment, users don't have to waste any time setting desktop preferences. If required, it's still possible to strip certain functionality from the Linux desktop on a per-user basis. In this article you will learn how to set a GNOME environment on SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10.

"GNOME is a flexible display manager. Users can change anything they like. Although this may seem an advantage for the user, for the Linux administrator it certainly is not..."

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