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suse linux enterprise server 10.2 vs. novell open enterprise server 2

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First a little background info. We've been running a mixed Netware and Windows Server Network and it's time for a long overdue upgrade of the hardware and some software.  Because of some software, we ave no choice but to run at least a couple of Windows Servers, but I'd like to keep that to a minimum if it's feasible, so here is the first of what I'm sure are going to be many questions.

What are the differences between SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10.2 (or 11) and Novell Open Enterprise Server 2?

Thank you very much for your help in advance.
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Nothing Much Difference in the base of operating System, but when considering the inter-operability Novell  Open Enterprise Server 2 can we easily leverage your existing netware investments. This brings up all new enterprise class utilities you relay on netware. For more information I recommend you to follow up the information in the site http://www.novell.com/products/openenterpriseserver/ 
Make a sales call and they can explain much better as per your business needs.
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