DN and DNL version 4.x (21 December 2014)
Version 4.04 (5 September 2015).
Some extra selection options have been added:
Aug somegroup g:hans This will lookup all users with givenname hans and will show a selection option for the correct user.
at g:hans h:\test rf
There are 3 extra selection options.
g:xxxxx lookup the given name
s:xxxxx lookup the surname
m:xxxxx lookup the mail (dnl) / internet email addres (dn)
extra options for command AT (add trustee)
New in version 4.04.
- at command can now also be used to add or remove an single right.
- supervisor trustee right can be set.
At hans h:\test +w
Reads the current trustee rights for hans, and then add write rights to the trustee access mask
At hans h:\test +wc -a
Adds write and create rights, removes access control (owner) right.
If user hans was not a trustee, then it the user is added as a trustee with CW rights.
There are a few special “rights”
At hans h:\test all will set RWCEFM (not supervisor and access control)
At hans h:\test alla will set RWCEAFM
At hans h:\test alls will set RWCEFMS
At hans h:\test allas will set RWCEAFMS
At hans h:\test all -mc sets RWEF
At hans h:\test +all -mc will add RWEF to the current mask, or sets
3 extra commands (DN only)
SIRM Set Inherit mask
RIRM Clear inherit mask
LIRM List inherit mask
The LT command and hbwl function listtrustee.
The trustee rights where not returned, only the object names where returned.
A complete new version of DosNDS has been released.
DN and DNL are commandline utilities for modifying NDS-attributes, trustee assignments on the filesystem and many many more. There are around 90 commands available. The program has also a (script) language. The language can be used for creating new commands and or command scripts. This new version contains the programs DN (needs Novell Client) and DNL (uses LDAP). DN.exe is more powerfull because in combination with the client it can also modify filesystem attributes/features (trustees, owenship, directory/file attributen).
Also new in this version is option for loading extra modules, at the moment the most important is the GW-module. (Groupwise 2014 and later). This new module is still under development.
The major differences are:
- Besides the old NDAP version there is LDAP version available.
- Structural change now extra modules can be loaded
- NWFile contains all the NSS/NCP functions like addtrustees, etc
- GW module for GW2014 (under development, added as a sample)
Some commands in DN need the NWFile module, this module will be auto loaded if needed.
see also manual DosNDS
An existing license for DosNDS will work as long as you still have upgrade rights.