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NetIQ Access Manager supports the SAML2 bearer grant. Access Manager supports only the authorization grant flow for assertion and the assertion is used for authenticating the user. You can use SAML2 assertions to request an access token. Access Manager validates the assertion and generates the access token for accessing OAuth protected resources. But the…
Modern application development interacts with multiple services. These services can be internal or external. Most of the services are developed with Oauth2 support. When the user or mobile access a service, that particular service might be interacting with other services either internal or cloud service. To access other services, it needs the access token….
This cool solution will provide directions on how to configure NetIQ Access Manager Single Sign-on using Azure Active Directory as your identity provider. To do this configuration you need a Microsoft Azure Active Directory account…
Access Manager can retrieve an attribute from an external resource and transform it before using this value with assertion and access policies. This feature supports user attribute modifications like transform value to uppercase etc., In some of the cases, the user information needs to be retrieved from a third party server from REST endpoint….
This cool solution provides information for various methods used in the mobile application development world. This is all about how the application will authenticate the user and how this information is shared with other applications without compromising credentials.
Salesforce supports different types of authentication methods, these include Salesforce local authentication, SAML, OpenID Connect and Delegated authentication. NAM 4.0 and above can be used for Salesforce Delegated authentication.
IDP Selection and discovery helps your Service Provider determine which Identity Provider should be used for authentication of the current user. Access Manager supports IDP discovery through “Use Introductions”. When Introductions are configured, it allows users to select an identity provider from a list of introducible identity providers…
NAM 4.2 provides an end-user portal and a mobile client. Users can access this portal and get SSO to applications listed in the portal or access application URLs. When accessing applications, users often want to move seamlessly from their desktop to their mobile device without having to login again on the mobile device.
NAM 4.2 provides an end-user portal. Users can access this portal and get SSO to applications listed in the portal or access the application URLs. If users access protected resources directly, as before NAM 4.2, they have to book mark all protected resources. If there are any changes to those protected resources or federation…
.NAM support X.509 certificate mutual authentication. Mutual authentication is used when a user is issued an X.509 certificate from a trusted source, and certificate is then used to identify the user. Trusted Certificate Authority has to import to NAM trust store. This is an issue in some of the use cases.