January 17th, 2002, 04:39 PM
Novell - Netware 5
Does anyone here know how to encrypt a Directory and it's sub-files on a NetWare 5 server? (without the use of a thrid-party product)
The Novell webpage has so far proved to be useless.
January 17th, 2002, 11:01 PM
I have not heard or found something about disk and file encryption of traditional volumes neither nss volumes. But I have a memory about a discussion at a nightware seminar last year that it's a feature to come, but I'm maybe wrong and I don't know much about the new features in netware 6.
But what I know so far you have to rely on netwares auth system and the clients disk/file encryption. Maybe there are some third party products for netware you can use?
January 17th, 2002, 11:50 PM
Novell Cryptography Support Modules are implemented with the Novell International Cryptographic Infrastructure (NICI) technology. By downloading and installing the appropriate module, you enable NICI-based components (Novell Certificate Serverô, Novell SSL, Novell Single Sign-on, etc.) to use an appropriate level of cryptography. This includes the use of unlimited strength cryptography or up to 56-bit DES/RC2/RC4 data encryption and 1024-bit RSA* key management strength for worldwide users (where allowed by local law). Which means you need a 3rd party program to enable it.. but the program is provided by Novell..
January 18th, 2002, 12:07 AM
I just read the exact same paragraph HERE ..
Only being new here I don't want to cause any trouble but I was wondering if you have to give credit to the source or if you can just "cut and paste"??? Once again, I dont want to cause any trouble and this is a legitimate newbie question...
\"It\'s not wise to argue with a fool...people might not be able to tell the difference!\"
January 18th, 2002, 06:08 AM
hmm i really dont see any reason why i have to... i mean like..
even if i put it in my own words i would have probably more likely to write it the exact way as it was in the post.. a little attribute of having a neumonic memory...
January 18th, 2002, 02:13 PM
had problems on one of my netware 5 servers with this NICI piece. It is a bit of a resource hog and I enventually disabled it - preferring to use an inhouse program to encrypt....
good luck anyway.