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In this day and age, it is simply not done to expose a server directly to the internet with just a name and password to get in. It is asking for trouble. And we all know Novell Access Manager is "the" product to use for secure authentication. However, Access Manager and SharePoint don’t work together very well by default.
In this series of articles I would like to describe how to expose Sharepoint to the outside world through Access Manager using SSO, Document Management, and Kerberos…
dvandermaas shares some best practices to consider when designing the Identity Vault tree. He has learned this the hard way, so listen up and save yourself some grief.
SAP Solution Manager can be accessed through the SAP GUI and through a SAP Web Application Server (SAP NetWeaver). Applications like this must be protected especially when it is accessed from the outside world, a name and password combination will simply not do. This is when Access Manager comes into place.
SAP systems will mostly be hidden somewhere deep within a company’s infrastructure, it will not be in the DMZ. In this case the SAP systems we even hosted at SAPHosting – Waldorf Germany. So no way we can reach it from the outside world. Again a good opportunity for Access Manager.