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Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Select a Language (4.0)
14 Jul 2016 ...Web - Novell Vibe User Guide    03/04/2016 - Novell Vibe Advanced User Guide    03/04/2016 Mobile - Novell Vibe Mobile Quick Start    03/04/2016 Desktop - Novell Vibe Desktop Quick Start (for Windows)    03/04/2016 - Novell Vibe Desktop Quick Start

Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Release Notes
14 Jul 2016 ...New in Vibe 4 in the Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Installation Guide . 2.0 Vibe System Requirements Novell Vibe 4 system requirements (including requirements for mobile devices that access the Vibe mobile interface) are listed in Vibe System Requirements in the Novell

Securing HTTP Browser Connections - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide
12 Jul 2016 ...Securing HTTP Browser Connections - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide. docmain.css" /> 43.4 Securing HTTP Browser Connections Using secure HTTP (HTTPS) improves the security of your Novell Vibe site. During installation, you can choose to configure

Securing the Vibe Site - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide
12 Jul 2016 ...Vibe site. Two levels of security are provided for mirrored folder access: When you create mirrored folder resource drivers, as described in Configuring Mirrored Folder Resource Drivers in Advanced Installation and Reconfiguration in the Novell Vibe 4.0.1

Securing the Vibe Software - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide
12 Jul 2016 ...Securing the Vibe Software - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide. docmain.css" /> 44.2 Securing the Vibe Software Section 44.2.1, Protecting the Vibe Configuration Files Section 44.2.2, Protecting the Vibe Properties File Section 44.2.3, Protecting

Securing the Vibe Data - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide
12 Jul 2016 ...Database 44.1.1 Limiting Physical Access to Vibe Servers Servers where Novell Vibe data resides should be kept physically secure, so unauthorized persons cannot gain access to the server consoles. 44.1.2 Protecting the Vibe File Repository The Novell Vibe

Securing against Brute-Force Attacks with CAPTCHA - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide
12 Jul 2016 ...Securing against Brute-Force Attacks with CAPTCHA - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide. docmain.css" /> 43.5 Securing against Brute-Force Attacks with CAPTCHA CAPTCHA provides additional security against brute-force attacks on the Vibe web application.

Securing Web Service Connections - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide
12 Jul 2016 ...Securing Web Service Connections - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide. docmain.css" /> 43.7 Securing Web Service Connections Web Services in Vibe allow third-party applications to integrate with your Vibe system. To increase the security of your Vibe

Securing User Passwords - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide
12 Jul 2016 ...Securing User Passwords - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide. docmain.css" /> 43.6 Securing User Passwords You can require that user passwords to the Vibe site meet certain criteria by enabling password complexity checking. Only locally created users

Securing Email Transfer - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide
12 Jul 2016 ...Securing Email Transfer - Novell Vibe 4.0.1 Administration Guide. docmain.css" /> 43.3 Securing Email Transfer When you install Novell Vibe, you can choose whether or not the Vibe internal mail host uses TLS (Transport Layer Security) when it communicates

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