This chapter explores how the various components of the Group Wise directory fit together.It examines some principles of administration and the flow of administrative messages through the Group Wise system, and it lays the groundwork for a very detailed discussion on troubleshooting and fixing the Group Wise directory in Chapter 22, "Fixing the Group Wise Directory." The Group Wise directory refers to the databases used to manage Group Wise objects.This means that you will be unable to convert existing machines from PXE or boot ISO methods to BDM without provisioning machines using the Xen Desktop setup wizard.
After changing the IP address of our PVS server due to networking changes, our provisioned VMs will no longer boot.
In order to resolve the problem, we need to update the Boot Device Manager partition.
Open the wpgate\gwia\file in notepad and add a line to the end providing the required information.
In this example the contents of look like: Note: The password value is clear text in this file so ensure that you have appropriate security on your domain directories.
The addition of this feature helps ensure that organizations can deploy the Boot Device Manager partition and retain the flexibility of having to modify the bootstrap used.
Using Provisioning Services 7.9, administrators can quickly and easily update all of their target devices without the need to script the replacement of Boot Device Manager hard disks.
Follow the guide below to configure Novell Group Wise and the Novell Group Wise GWIA to use out Mail as a Internet Mail Relay.
How to setup a Relay Host for Outbound Message in Novell Group Wise?
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