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Sub admin role - NetWare 6.5

Sub admin role - NetWare 6.5

Sub admin role - NetWare 6.5

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Hi

I am having a problem trying to create a sub admin role so that it's possible to allow password changes and other minor admin tasks but prevent access to the other users home directories.

Also I can see that a particular user can see various folders by checking Effective Rights but I can't trace where the rights have been applied. I have tried blocking Inheritance but still the rights are there.

I'm more than a little rusty with this so any help gratefully received.

RE: Sub admin role - NetWare 6.5

Best thing to do would be to use iManager and setup roles for specific help desk type people. Otherwise it's very difficult to do what you need.

Marvin Huffaker, MCNE
Marvin Huffaker Consulting, Inc.
A Novell Platinum Partner
http://www.redjuju.com

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