This book contains information about network administration tasks you can
accomplish using OS/2 Warp Server for e-business.
The information in this book includes the following:
v Using the graphical user interfaces (GUIs)
v Handling network administrator tasks
v Setting up and backing up a domain
v Managing users and groups
v Sharing network resources with aliases and netnames
v Defining access control profiles
v Limiting directory space accessed by users
v Managing WorkSpace On-Demand, OS/2, DOS, and Microsoft Windows
v Printing on the network
v Managing network services, statistics, and audit and error logs
v Managing Local Security on 386 HPFS servers
v Using Fault Tolerance
v Replicating files
v Using remote initial program load (remote IPL)
v Using the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) service
v Using the OS/2 Warp Server or LAN Server directory structure
v Using User Profile Management (UPM) procedures
The appendixes contain information on directory structures and utilities.
1. Many administrator tasks can be performed through the command line.
Information about network commands is provided in the Command Reference.
2. Information on user tasks is provided in the OS/2 File and Print Client Guide.
3. Other books contain complementary information. For more information, see
“Prerequisite Books” on page xix and “Related Books” on page xix.
For more information about this book, see the following topics:
v “Who Should Use This Book” on page xvi
v “How This Book Is Organized” on page xvi
v “Conventions” on page xvii
v “Online Books and Other Information” on page xix
v “Prerequisite Books” on page xix
v “Related Books” on page xix
v “Note About 386 HPFS” on page xix