9.2 Using the Add Application Wizard to Enable a Windows Application

The Add Application Wizard helps you build application definitions and enable Windows applications for single sign-on.

NOTE:The Add Application Wizard and the Administrative Management utility cannot be active simultaneously. Exit the Administrative Management utility before using the Add Application Wizard.

To add an application through the Wizard:

  1. Start the required application to display the login.

  2. In the notification area, right-click the Novell SecureLogin icon, then click Add Application. The Welcome to SecureLogin page is displayed.

  3. Click Next. The Single sign-on enable an application page is displayed.

  4. Select the appropriate option, then click Next. The Single sign-on enable a windows application login or message box page is displayed.

  5. Specify your credentials such as user name, password and any other required information in the login dialog box.

  6. Click and drag the hand icon onto the application’s login title bar. The Select window function page is displayed.

  7. In the drop-down list, click the appropriate option.

  8. Click Next.The Select the appropriate fields and enter credentials page is displayed.

  9. Click and drag each to the relevant box and release the mouse button to confirm selection.

    The check box to the left of the description changes to blue when a box or button is selected.

  10. Click the OK button to the left of the and drag across to OK in the application’s login window.

  11. Click Next. The Name the Application Definition page is displayed.

  12. Specify a name for your application definition or select one of the suggestions.

    The suggested names provided are based on the type of window function that the Wizard detected in the earlier steps, such as Login, or Change Password.

  13. Click Finish.

    The Wizard closes and the application definition is created.

  14. Close your application login window without logging on. SecureLogin enters your credentials and logs on to the application.

    The new application definition is now available to customize in the Applications pane of the Personal Management utility or Administrative Management utility.