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SEP11 Scan Logs

by on Mar.03, 2011, under Scripting, Tweet, Work

I will start out by simply stating how much I HATE SEP11, and how it handles client scan logs. For some reason there is NO way of getting a client scan log out of the Central Management Console. The whole point of Central Management is being able to … manage CENTRALLY.

Anyway, enough rant. I wrote a batch file to pull the latest (or specified) log file from a list of servers (in a file called Servers.txt). More Source: (continue reading…)

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GroupWise Audit and Batch/Cmd Escaping

by on Jul.27, 2009, under Novell, Scripting, Tweet, Uncategorized, Work

I was required recently to audit passwords on all the Novell GroupWise accounts in the cluster. This was not too much of a problem using existing solutions, except that all the existing solutions limited searches to either Users, or to objects with the “NGW: Object ID” attribute.

The Solutions I found include Check GroupWise Users for Password – Batch and Check GroupWise Users for Password – Exe, both of which made use of GWSend. Being an avid scripting aficionado myself I opted for the first, so I could make changes.

First step was to export all User Objects with NGW: Object ID into an Excel sheet using DSReport. Then export all GroupWise External Entities with NGW: Object ID to a different Excel Sheet. Finally I needed to export all GroupWise Resources, which do not have an NGW: Object ID, but their CN is effectively the NGW: Object ID for which we can log in and try to send emails. Upon completing this I compiled a single list of Allusers.csv which had the NGW: ObjectID/CN in the first column, and the DN for the Object Name and Location within the tree. This makes it far easier to track down the location of generic accounts (Something that none of the scripts account for).

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