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This article describes how to successfully utilise the Kerberos and PasswordFetch classes in Access Manager 3 to provide Single Sign-on to username/password downstream web services.
Submitted by: ScorpionSting on Mon. 04.11.2011
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, All Tech, All the Time
Topic: Active Directory, All-Tech IDM, Authentication, Configuration, Identity & Security Management, Identity Management, Integration, Kerberos, LDAP, Passwords, Secure Access, Secure Identity, Security, Single Sign-on, SSL (Secured Sockets Layer), Tips for Administrators
Product: Access Manager, Identity Manager
Novell Identity Manager 4.0.1 will be shipping shortly. There are three new drivers that will be added to this release (Google Apps, RSA, and Blackboard). Don DaRe begins a new series where he will introduce the Google Apps Driver. In this article you'll learn about the driver's features.
With both IDM 4 Advanced and Standard Edition, Self-Service Password reset is available to end-users who forget their Novell eDirectory password. Assuming that you are synchronizing the eDirectory/Universal Password as is to connected systems with IDM drivers (aka Integration Modules), life is good, so you can extend Self-Service Password Reset to connected systems.
In Reality, it is natural to synchronize Universal Password with systems like Active Directory, but how about systems that don't support the AD complexity? So, we often end up with multiple passwords for each user, even if in theory we could synchronize all those passwords to the same value.
We will briefly discuss 2 approaches, one for when you have Advanced Edition or RBPM (and workflow support) and one when you don't.
The purpose of Novell Cool Solutions is to disseminate information that contributors provide and share what they think is Cool. To continue with this purpose and tradition, I have compiled a list of what I think are Cool Tips and Shortcuts that have greatly improved the efficiency of my life with Linux.
I hope you think they are Cool Solutions too!
Submitted by: mfaris01 on Tue. 01.11.2011
Filed Under: SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions, All Tech, All the Time
Topic: Administration, All-Tech OES, BASH, Command Line, Especially for Linux Newbies, Linux, Passwords, Shortcuts, Tips for Administrators, Tools and Utilities, Troubleshooting
Product: Linux, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Getpass 2.1 - Universal Password Retrieval Utility **UPDATED**
This Linux utility retrieves a user's password from eDirectory and displays it in plain text. This tool has been updated to work on all versions of SLES without library conflicts.