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Changing a Passphrase - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide
22 Nov 2016 ...the user’s network password. You can avoid such occurrences by using a passphrase. However, this cannot happen if you are using a SecureLogin passphrase. If someone other than the actual user tries to reset the network, SecureLogin triggers the passphrase

Managing the Passphrase - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide
22 Nov 2016 ...Managing the Passphrase - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide. docmain.css" /> 8.0 Managing the Passphrase Passphrases are an important security component in the implementation of SecureLogin. Passphrases are unique question and answer combinations created to

Working Online and Working Offline - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide
22 Nov 2016 ...Working Online and Working Offline - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide. docmain.css" /> 7.4 Working Online and Working Offline The Work Offline option stops the synchronization process with the directory, so SecureLogin relies only on its local cache file or

Creating a Passphrase - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide
22 Nov 2016 ...and launch SecureLogin, you are prompted to set up your passphrase question and answer. If you have installed SecureLogin in LDAP GINA mode with eDirectory, SecureLogin does not work while setting a passphrase for a new user if the eDirectory user’s

Restoring User Information - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide
22 Nov 2016 ...Restoring User Information - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide. docmain.css" /> 7.3 Restoring User Information IMPORTANT: Before restoring the backup file, you must delete the cache file on the workstation. 7.3.1 Deleting the Workstation Cache Right-click the

Accessing the SecureLogin Client Utility - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide
22 Nov 2016 ...Accessing the SecureLogin Client Utility - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide. docmain.css" /> 2.0 Accessing the SecureLogin Client Utility The SecureLogin Client Utility is represented by an icon in the notification area (system tray). To launch SecureLogin:

NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide
22 Nov 2016 ...NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide. docmain.css" /> NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide This document contains information on the following: Section 1.0, Overview Section 2.0, Accessing the SecureLogin Client Utility Section 3.0, Automating

Using the SecureLogin Client Utility to Enable Applications for Single Sign-on - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide
22 Nov 2016 ...Using the SecureLogin Client Utility to Enable Applications for Single Sign-on - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide. docmain.css" /> 3.5 Using the SecureLogin Client Utility to Enable Applications for Single Sign-on You can enable an application for single sign-on

General Preference, Definitions, and Values - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide
22 Nov 2016 ...the Secure Login icon on the notification area (system tray) and select Show User bar or you can right-click on the task bar and select Toolbars -> SecureLogin SSO User . This preference is available in both the SecureLogin Client Utility and all the

Web Preferences, Definitions, and Values - NetIQ SecureLogin User Guide
22 Nov 2016 ...sign-on. If you select No , SecureLogin skips enabling the application for single sign-on on this instance. You are prompted to enable the application when you launch it the next time. This preference is available in both the SecureLogin Client Utility

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