Domain Services for Windows Survey

 
1. What do you primarily run Domain Services for Windows (DSFW) on today?

2. What reasons do you use Domain Services for Windows for? Check all that apply.

3. What applications requiring AD authentication do you use with Domain Services for Windows?

4. Does Domain Services for Windows allow you to purchase less Microsoft Licenses?

5. Explain why DSFW does or does not save you on Microsoft Licensing. If DSFW saves license costs, explain the savings in terms of how many users, servers, and connection access license savings.

6. How would you rate the product quality of Domain Services for Windows?
(Using a scale of 1 - 10, where 1 = extremely poor quality and 10 = exceptional quality)
1 - extremely poor quality2345678910 - exceptional quality
How would you rate the product quality of Domain Services for Windows?

7. Are there any problematic areas you see in Domain Services for Windows that engineering should focus on to improve quality, usability or easy of deployment?

8. What new features are needed in Domain Services for Windows?

9. Are there any areas of documentation in Domain Services for Windows you would like to see improved?

10. Explain the value Domain Services for Windows provides as part of your Open Enterprise Server investment.

11. Should Domain Services for Windows be sold outside of the OES package?

12. Deployment size.

13. What workstations do you use with Domain services for Windows ( check all that apply)

14. One feature DSFW provides is access for OES users into Microsoft file shares, but does not allow AD users access to OES file shares. If you have a need for Active Directory users to access OES file shares ( NSS, or other posix file systems), please describe your use case.

15. If there are any other comments you would like to leave regarding DSFW, please fill in below.
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17. Check the box below if you would like to discuss DSFW with a Novell Sales Representative.