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    Default what is this NETIQ and what is it used for?

    Anyone know what NetIQ is used for?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NetIQ

    https://www.netiq.com/



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    Default Re: what is this NETIQ and what is it used for?

    What is the connection with your openSUSE 13.1? Is it an Application you (want to) run?
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    Default Re: what is this NETIQ and what is it used for?

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    What is the connection with your openSUSE 13.1? Is it an Application you (want to) run?
    Hi,

    No connection. Just want to get general knowledge on this NETIQ. It seems they provide software mangement services for companies. I am trying to see if they have anything open source? but does not look like it.


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    Default Re: what is this NETIQ and what is it used for?

    Well, you posted in the Applications forum. Do you realy think that that is appropriate?

    We have e.g. the Looking for Something Other then Support.
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    Default Re: what is this NETIQ and what is it used for?

    NETIQ is a subsidiary of Attachmate which, when Attachmate bought Novell, was given the security programs previously developed by Novell. It, for example, provides gateways for logging in to large organisations' networks. It provides the gateway for Attachmate which means it also provides the gateway for logging into openSUSE.

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    Default Re: what is this NETIQ and what is it used for?

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    Well, you posted in the Applications forum. Do you realy think that that is appropriate?

    We have e.g. the Looking for Something Other then Support.
    Sorry, I am new to this. That is exactly I was looking for. Could not find it. Feel free to moved the thread.

    thanks

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    Default Re: what is this NETIQ and what is it used for?

    Quote Originally Posted by john_hudson View Post
    NETIQ is a subsidiary of Attachmate which, when Attachmate bought Novell, was given the security programs previously developed by Novell. It, for example, provides gateways for logging in to large organisations' networks. It provides the gateway for Attachmate which means it also provides the gateway for logging into openSUSE.

    thanks, that make sense


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    Default Re: what is this NETIQ and what is it used for?

    Will be moved to Looking for something other then support and is CLOSED for the moment.
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    Default Re: what is this NETIQ and what is it used for?

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    Will be moved to Looking for something other then support and is CLOSED for the moment.
    Moved from Applications and open again.
    Henk van Velden

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