Configuration Guide for Terminal Emulators

Terminal Launcher is a component of SecureLogin. Terminal Launcher allows users to log into any type of host that requires the user to log in using an emulator (for example, ACF2 or RACF mainframe, a UNIX* host, or a Cisco* router). The user or administrator configures Terminal Launcher to connect to the mainframe or host, wait for the login sequence, then enter usernames and passwords.

Terminal Launcher can be configured to work with several different terminal emulators. Terminal Launcher can also be used to navigate the user to a particular subsystem or menu within an application. Furthermore, any keystrokes that an application will accept from the user can be incorporated into SecureLogin scripts to be sent to the host by Terminal Launcher.

This guide is for network administrators. It provides information on configuring Terminal Launcher to work with terminal emulators.

For Additional Documentation

For information on installing, using, and managing Novell® SecureLogin, see the SecureLogin Administration Guide.

For information on SecureLogin commands and sample scripts, see Script Commands.

For information on Novell SecretStore®, see the SecretStore Administration Guide.

Documentation Updates

For the most recent version of the Novell Configuration Guide for Terminal Emulators, see Novell SecureLogin 3.0 on the Novell documentation Web page.

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