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Jul 25, 2000, 07:05 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Keith Schultz)


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"EDirectory for Linux--the latest version of Novell Directory Services--helps hold your enterprise together."

"To minimize the time and staff it takes to manage your heterogeneous enterprise, especially if your network spans cities or even continents, you require a solid directory backbone that scales with your needs. One of the oldest--and now the most flexible--is the latest incarnation of Novell Directory Services, called eDirectory."

"Available for a number of platforms, eDirectory for Linux fully integrates the open source Wiz-Kid OS into the Novell directory fold. Touted as the directory of the Internet, eDirectory for Linux provides a number of NDS services normally found only on traditional NetWare servers. EDirectory supports LDAP version 3, as well as NDS partitioning and replication."

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