Novell SecureLogin can simplify authentication to numerous configurations of Microsoft Terminal Server and Citrix MetaFrame*. Integration of Novell SecureLogin and the terminal server consists of the following components. Not all are necessarily required, depending on your implementation.
The client login extension (slinac.dll) applied to a workstation with the Novell Client™, with or without the Novell Modular Authentication Services (NMAS™) client.
The GINA stub (sl_tscgina.dll) applied to a workstation without the Novell Client.
This component provides a link between the Microsoft GINA and the GINA running on the terminal server.
The server login extension (slinas.dll) applied to a terminal server with the Novell Client.
The component provides the server-side link to the client GINA.
The server GINA replacement (sl_tsgina.dll) applied to a terminal server without the Novell client.
This component provides the server-side link to the client GINA stub.
The Novell SecureLogin Virtual Channel Driver (vdslsson.dll or tsslsso.dll).
This component provides the conduit for secure communications between the client and server extensions.
Published Application integration (SLLauncher.exe) applied to a Citrix server. This component provides proper initialization and termination of the Novell SecureLogin components (slbroker.exe and proto.exe) running on the server.
The following diagram illustrates the Novell SecureLogin architecture:
Figure 6-1 The Novell SecureLogin Architecture