This guide describes how to administer the Novell Identity Manager user application. It includes these parts:
To learn about administering the other features of Identity Manager (which are common to all packagings), see the Novell Identity Manager: Administration Guide.
The information in this guide is for system administrators, architects, and consultants who are responsible for configuring, deploying, and managing the identity self-service features and workflow-based provisioning features of the Identity Manager user application.
End-user documentation for these features is provided in the Identity Manager User Application: User Guide.
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For the most recent version of the Identity Manager User Application: Administration Guide, visit the Identity Manager Documentation Web site.
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