Have administrator-level access to the server and the administration workstations.
Back up the existing directory.
For multiple-directory environments:
Identify the domain controller to determine the directory where you will install Novell SecureLogin and the order of replication.
Have access to the domain controller.
The procedures explained in the following sections apply to the standard configuration of a server managed through an administration workstation. The procedures also apply to configurations that do not separate the server from the administration workstation.
The following high-level task list provides an overview of the procedures necessary to install SecureLogin in a Microsoft Active Directory environment.
Uninstall any Novell® SecureLogin version prior to 3.5.x
Ensure that Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Active Directory plug-ins are installed on the administration workstation.
Extend the directory schemas for Novell SecureLogin version prior to 6.1.
If the application type is single sign-on enabled, install Citrix or Terminal Services clients.
Install Sun Java Runtime Engine version 1.3 or later, or Oracle JInitiator 1.3.1 or later on the server and workstations, if single sign-on to Java applications is required.
Install Novell SecureLogin on the administration workstation.
Create test users on the administration workstations.
Define and configure the Novell SecureLogin user environment, including enabling the required applications for single sign-on.
Copy the test users’ configuration to relevant objects.
Deploy the Novell SecureLogin application on user workstations.
NOTE:Secure Workstation is not supported in Active Directory installation of Novell SecureLogin.