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Novell IT Essentials

Instructor: Rick James
Rick James has worked in the computer industry since 1985, when he began his career as a computer science major working for WordPerfect Corporation. His interests later turned from software development to business and marketing within the computer industry. James is a co-founder of Makau Corporation. His goal is to provide good technical and business training in laymen's terms. He presents complex concepts in ways that all employees in an organization or an individual student can understand.
Course Outlines
Evolution Level 1
1.0 Evolution Overview
1.1 Starting Evolution
1.2 Discovering Evolution Components
2.0 Sending Messages
2.1 Sending a Mail Message
2.2 Message Appearance
2.3 Spell Check
2.4 Attaching Files to a Message
2.5 Working with Sent Items
2.6 Resending a Message
3.0 Using the Address Book to Select Contacts
3.1 Using the Address Book to Select Contacts
4.0 Working with Received Items
4.1 Reading & Opening Messages
4.2 Replying & Forwarding Messages
4.3 Deleting Messages
4.4 Un-deleting Messages
4.5 Selecting Multiple Messages
4.6 Accessing Attachments
4.7 Printing & Saving Messages
5.0 The Evolution Calendar
5.1 Navigating the Evolution Calendars
5.2 Calendar Views
5.3 Reading a Calendar Item
5.4 Posting Personal Appointments
5.5 Changing Personal Appointments
5.6 Printing Your Calendar
5.7 Scheduling Meetings
5.8 Accepting Meetings
5.9 Declining Meetings
6.0 Conclusion
Evolution Level 2
1.0 Organizing Messages
1.1 Creating & Using Personal Folders
1.2 Moving Messages to a Folder
1.3 Deleting Folders
1.4 Labeling Items
1.5 Flagging Items
2.0 Finding Items
2.1 Finding Items
3.0 Filters/Rules
3.1 Creating a Basic Filter
3.2 Creating a Filter from a Message
4.0 vFolders
4.1 vFolders
5.0 Evolution Settings
5.1 Autocompletion
5.2 Mail Preferences
5.3 Composer Preferences
5.4 Calendar & Tasks
6.0 Additional Calendar Features
6.1 Scheduling Recurring Appointments
6.2 Using the Free/Busy View
6.3 Tasks
7.0 Contacts
7.1 Adding a Contact
7.2 Importing Contacts
7.3 Finding Contacts
7.4 Creating New Address Books
8.0 Junk Mail
8.1 Junk Mail
Linux Desktop Level 1
1.0 Navigating the Novell Linux Desktop
1.1 Logging on
1.2 Using the Mouse
1.3 Orientation to Desktop
1.4 Orientation to Panels & Program
1.5 Wrap-up
2.0 Working with Typical Windows
2.1 Minimize and Maximize
2.2 Selecting Applications using Panels
2.3 Working with Workspaces
2.4 Moving Windows
2.5 Resizing Windows
2.6 Wrap-up
3.0 Working with Applications
3.1 Touring a Typical Window
3.2 Built in Applications
3.3 Wrap-up
4.0 Help & Support
4.1 Accessing Help
4.2 Categories & Searching
4.3 Online Help Resources
4.4 Wrap-up
5.0 Using the Internet
5.1 Mozilla Firefox Interface
5.2 Configuring Firefox
5.3 Customizing Firefox Toolbar
5.4 Wrap-up
6.0 Logging Off
6.1 Wrap-up
Linux Desktop Level 2
7.0 Customizing Your System
7.1 Changing Wallpaper
7.2 Working with Icons
7.3 Personal Settings
7.4 Customizing the Panels
7.5 Section Wrap-up
8.0 Configuring & Using Printers
8.1 Adding Printers
8.2 Customizing Properties
8.3 Section Wrap-Up
9.0 Managing Files & Folders
9.1 Tour of File Manager & Browser
9.2 Menu Bar Options
9.3 File Management Preferences
9.4 Creating & Renaming
9.5 Selecting
9.6 Copying & Moving
9.7 Archiving
9.8 Deleting
9.9 Searching
9.10 Working with Floppy Disks
9.11 Working with Flash USB Drives
9.12 Working with CDs & DVDs
9.13 Network Access
9.14 Section Wrap-up
Netware 6.5 Virtual Office
1.0 Virtual Office
1.1 Virtual Office (VO)
1.2 News Gadget
1.3 eGuide Gadget
1.4 Web Page
1.5 Bookmarks/Links/Favorite Gadgets
1.6 Email Gadget
1.7 Passwords
1.8 Virtual Teams
1.9 NetStorage
1.10 iPrint
2.0 eGuide Program
2.1 Virtual Office (VO)
2.2 Editing Personal Information
2.3 eGuide Organizational Chart
3.0 iPrint
4.0 iFolder
4.1 iFolder Client
4.2 iFolder WebAccess
5.0 NetMail
5.1 Overview
5.2 Incoming Items
5.3 Folders
5.4 Organizing Mail
5.5 Sent Items
5.6 Composing Mail
5.7 Working With Attachments
5.8 Deleting and Purging
5.9 Address Book
5.10 Calendar - Navigating
5.11 Calendar - Appointments
5.12 Calendar - Tasks & Notes
5.13 Calendar - Recurring Items
5.14 Calendar - Summary
5.15 Proxy
5.16 Rules
5.17 Options
5.18 NetMail with Microsoft Outlook Express
5.19 NetMail with Mozilla Thunderbird
5.20 NetMail with Outlook
5.21 NetMail with Novell Groupwise
5.22 NetMail with Novell Evolution
6.0 Conclusion
Netware to Open Enterprise Server for Linux
Course Introduction
1.0 Introduction to Linux
1.1 Introduce Linux
1.2 Explain Open Source
Exercise
2.0 Linux Fundamentals
2.1 Login and Logout
2.2 Use the Linux Desktop (KDE)
2.3 Locate and Use Help Resources
2.4 Use the Linux Shell and Command Line
2.5 Common Linux Commands
2.6 Understand and View Processes
2.7 Understand the Linux Boot Process
2.8 Shut Down and Restart the Server
Exercise
3.0 Open Enterprise Server
3.1 OES Linux Overview
3.2 Cross Platform Services
Exercise
4.0 Install OES Linux
4.1 Explain Installation Options
4.2 Use YaST
4.3 Installing OES for Linux
Exercise
5.0 Administer Linux
5.1 Describe Adminstration User Accounts
5.2 Explain Server Run State
5.3 Describe Executables and Batch Files
5.4 Start and Stop Services
5.5 Explain the Patch Process
5.6 Mount a CD/DVD
5.7 Identify eDirectory Components
5.8 Login/Logout/Shutting Down
5.9 Graphical Interface
5.10 Command Line
Exercise
6.0 Manage the Network
6.1 Configure Network Boards
6.2 Manage Network Boards
6.3 Configure IP Addresses
6.4 Determine Network Connectivity
6.5 View Active Network Connections
6.6 Display Network Routes
6.7 Command Line Utilities
Exercise
7.0 Server Mangement Tools
7.1 Novell Remote Manager
7.2 Manage OES Linux Using iManager 2.5
7.3 Securely Remote Access OES Linux
Exercise
8.0 Manage the File System
8.1 Understand the Linux File System
8.2 Understand Linux Disk Partitions
8.3 Describe NSS on Linux
8.4 Explain File System Access Control
8.5 Explain NCP Server and File Access
8.6 Describe Native Client File Access
Exercise
9.0 Monitor the Operating System
9.1 Monitor Processes
9.2 Describe Server Health Monitoring
9.3 Access Error Logs
Exercise
10.0 Linux Training Plan
10.1 Getting Started With Linux
10.2 Novell Training Offerings
10.3 Novell Certified Linux Professionl (CLP)
10.4 Novell Certified Linux Engineer 9 (CLE9)
10.5 Putting a Plan Together
Exercise
Course Quiz
Nterprise Linux Services
1.0 Course Introduction
2.0 Virtual Office
2.1 Virtual Office (VO)
2.2 News Gadget
2.3 eGuide Gadget
2.4 Web Page
2.5 Bookmarks/Links/Favorite Gadgets
2.6 Email Gadget
2.7 Passwords
2.8 Virtual Teams
2.9 NetStorage
2.10 iPrint
3.0 eGuide Program
3.1 Virtual Office (VO)
3.2 Editing Personal Information
3.3 eGuide Organizational Chart
4.0 iPrint
5.0 iFolder
5.1 iFolder Client
5.2 iFolder WebAccess
6.0 NetMail
6.1 Overview
6.2 Incoming Items
6.3 Folders
6.4 Organizing Mail
6.5 Sent Items
6.6 Composing Mail
6.7 Working With Attachments
6.8 Deleting and Purging
6.9 Address Book
6.10 Calendar - Navigating
6.11 Calendar - Appointments
6.12 Calendar - Tasks & Notes
6.13 Calendar - Recurring Items
6.14 Calendar - Summary
6.15 Proxy
6.16 Rules
6.17 Options
6.18 NetMail with Microsoft Outlook Express
6.19 NetMail with Mozilla Thunderbird
6.20 NetMail with Outlook
6.21 NetMail with Novell Groupwise
6.22 NetMail with Novell Evolution
7.0 Conclusion
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