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Monitor SuperLumin Proxy User Activity in real time.
Submitted by: kvictor on Thu. 01.05.2012
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions
Topic: Access Control, Administration, Firewall, Gateways, Linux, Linux Usage, Log Management, Proxy, Windows
Product: BorderManager, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
There are several reasons that cause the NAM to detect URL Tampering. Most often it is a name resolution issue stemming from improper DNS or HOSTS file configuration in your environment. Still, even with proper configuration your users may, appropriately, get this message. The reason may stem from users having become accustomed to using web server host or “short names” to access the web server/app before it was protected by Access Manager. If that is the case, this article will show you when and how you can configure NAM to allow “short name” access using the Virtual Mult-homing feature.
Submitted by: pmckeith on Wed. 11.17.2010
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Access Control, Administration, Authentication, Browsers, Configuration, Deployment, Error messages, Gateways, Identity & Security Management, Links, Partners, Policies, Secure Access, Single Sign-on, Tips for Administrators, Troubleshooting, WebAccess
Product: Access Manager, Compliance Management Platform, iChain, Identity-Driven Computing, Secure Identity Management
Updated: This document provides configurations to use Teaming 2.0 through Novell Access Manager (NAM) 3.1.1 IR1 Linux Access Gateway.
How to Configure Access Gateway Embedded Service Provider to Reduce Access Gateway Load and Improve Performance
The goal of the following document is to explain how to improve the Linux Access Gateway server performance and stability by including all attributes referenced by protected resource policies in a SAML assertion sent at authentication time.
In large production environments, it is commonplace to overload the Access Gateway to the point where utilization and server performance are negatively impacted. This document describes how attribute maps and SAML assertions can be used to significantly reduce traffic between Novell Access Manager Identity Servers and Access Gateways.
By understanding and taking advantage of some enhancements to Access Manager beginning with the release of 3.1 Support Pack 1 Interim Release 2, a lot of unnecessary work can be offloaded from the Access Gateway, improving performance, stability and the user experience.
When the OutLook Web Access (OWA) server is protected by the Linux Access Gateway, you could face problems if the default rewriter configuration is used. This document outlines a proposed deployment scenario, steps to configure the Linux Access Gateway, test setup used for this document, and known issues.