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Member server A member server is a machine that is part of a domain, or a member of the domain, and typically is a resource that users would access once they have been authenticated by a domain controller A member server may be a server that is in the domain that performs any kind of function on the network, such as being a file and print server, a database server, or an e-mail server The difference between a member server and a standalone server is simply that a standalone server is not part of a domain, so it cannot take advantage of the fact that a domain controller has authenticated the user This means that the standalone server is responsible for authenticating the user when someone connects to the system Figure 10-2 displays a typical domain environment in the Microsoft world
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Implementing a Network
novell netWare
Novell s NetWare has been one of the leading networking environments for many years Novell s directory service is currently called eDirectory Like Active Directory, it is a database of network accounts that is automatically synchronized with other servers One or more NetWare servers sharing the same eDirectory database is called an eDirectory Tree The administrator decides which servers in which geographic locations will hold a copy of the eDirectory database One of the major benefits of eDirectory is that you are not limited to installing it on NetWare servers eDirectory can be installed on NetWare servers, Windows servers, Linux servers, and UNIX servers With NetWare 65, Novell includes a number of dirXML drivers, which allow eDirectory to synchronize user information with any other type of directory service, such as Microsoft In the real world you Active Directory, PeopleSoft, LotusNotes, probably care about eDirectory and Microsoft Exchange, LDAP servers, and so on maybe NDS only because they are used in Novell s directory service has evolved over more current versions of NetWare, but be the years and, as a result, has changed names familiar with all three terms for the exam a few times The following is a listing of the different names given to their directory service and a description of each:
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NetWare 2x and 3x use this; it is a network account database that is stored on each server, but it is not synchronized with any other servers Novell Directory Services; NetWare 4x and 5x use this it is a network account database that is synchronized between servers Supersedes NDS; supports efficient storage of billions of objects almost every aspect of Novell environment configurations is stored in eDirectory
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Linux
Linux is starting to command a lot of attention in the IT industry because of its reliability and its secure architecture Linux has a fairly limited directory service compared to Novell s eDirectory or Microsoft s Active Directory, but Novell is helping in this area by allowing eDirectory to run on Linux servers This will help Novell and Linux capture more market share in the networking world Linux (and UNIX) environments can store user account information in files (/etc/passwd holds user account information, /etc/shadow holds encrypted user passwords, and /etc/group holds group membership information) Without a
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directory service, this information is specific to each server Network Information Service (NIS) is commonly used to replicate user account information between servers, but many vendors, such as Sun and IBM, offer modified and enhanced versions of NIS for this purpose
network requirements
This section introduces the hardware and software requirements for building a network We will review the hardware that is required and then discuss the software requirements needed for a network This section is in effect a summary of the network components you have already learned about in 3
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