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HP Advanced Server for OpenVMS
Server Administrator's Guide

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Chapter 7
7 Managing Server Configuration Parameters
     7.1     Overview of Server Configuration
         7.1.1         Server System Environment Parameters
         7.1.2         Server-Specific OpenVMS Registry Configuration Parameters
     7.2     Managing File Server Parameters Affecting System Resources
         7.2.1         Starting the Configuration Manager
         7.2.2         Exiting the Configuration Manager
         7.2.3         Getting Help on the Configuration Manager
         7.2.4         Modifying Basic Configuration Parameters
                Specifying a Server's Client Capacity
                Specifying the Percent of Physical Memory Used
                Specifying Server Data Cache Size
                Specifying the Maximum Number of Concurrent Signons
                Specifying OpenVMS Process Priority
         7.2.5         Modifying Advanced Configuration Parameters
                Enabling and Disabling Open File Caching
                Setting the Open File Caching Interval
                Specifying the Files per Client
                Specifying the Byte Range Locks per Client
                Enabling Dynamic Security Upgrade
                Specifying the Server Security Model
                Saving Advanced Configuration Parameter Changes
         7.2.6         Configuring Transports
                Enabling and Disabling Transports
                Selecting NetBIOS Name Resolution
                Saving Transport Configuration Parameter Changes
         7.2.7         Verifying and Saving the New Configuration
         7.2.8         Navigating the Configuration Manager Using a Keyboard
     7.3     Managing Server Configuration Parameters Stored in the OpenVMS Registry
         7.3.1         OpenVMS Registry Overview
                Registry Database Architecture
                The OpenVMS Registry Server
         7.3.2         Advanced Server Parameters Stored in the Registry
         7.3.3         How to Manage Advanced Server Parameters in the OpenVMS Registry
                Managing Registry-Stored Advanced Server Parameters from a Windows NT Computer
                Managing Registry-Stored Advanced Server Parameters from OpenVMS
         7.3.4         Using the PWRK$REGUTL Utility to Manage Advanced Server Parameters in the OpenVMS Registry
                How to Exit PWRK$REGUTL
                How to Get Online Help
                PWRK$REGUTL Commands
                PWRK$REGUTL Command Format and Environment Settings
                Displaying Server Parameter Settings
                        Displaying Server Parameters, Including Defaults of Those Not Currently Stored in the Registry
                        Displaying Detailed Information About Parameters
                        Displaying Both Registry and LANMAN.INI Names for Server Parameters
                Modifying Server Parameters
                        Resetting Parameter Values
                        Creating a Value in the Registry
                Deleting Server Parameters
Appendix A
Appendix A Server Configuration Parameters
     A.1     Server Upgrade and Migration
     A.2     OpenVMS Registry Values
         A.2.1         Computer Name Parameters
         A.2.2         Printer Parameters
         A.2.3         Browser Parameters
         A.2.4         Netlogon Parameters
         A.2.5         Advanced Server Process Parameters
         A.2.6         Advanced Server File Service Parameters
         A.2.7         Advanced Server Share Parameters
         A.2.8         Advanced Server Parameters
         A.2.9         Lanman Server Parameters
         A.2.10         Alerter Service Parameters
         A.2.11         Application Event Log Values
         A.2.12         Security Event Log Values
         A.2.13         System Event Log Values
         A.2.14         User Service Parameters
Appendix B
Appendix B Network Protocols
     B.1     Understanding the OSI Reference Model
     B.2     Choosing a Network Adapter Card
     B.3     Choosing a Network Protocol
         B.3.1         TCP/IP Protocol
         B.3.2         NetBEUI Protocol
         B.3.3         DECnet-Plus Protocol
6-1 ADMINISTER/ANALYZE Command and Display
6-2 ADMINISTER/ANALYZE/FULL Command and Display
2-1 One-Way Trust Relationship: KANSAS Domain Trusting LANDOFOZ Domain
2-2 Two-Way Trust Relationship Between Domains KANSAS and LANDOFOZ
7-1 Basic Configuration Parameters Screen
7-2 Advanced Configuration Parameters Screen
7-3 Transport Configuration Parameters Screen
7-4 Confirmation Screen
7-5 Information Screen
7-6 Example Keys to Advanced Server Registry Values
B-1 OSI Reference Model
B-2 Transport Protocol

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