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This authentication class for NetIQ Access Manager (NAM) allows for using a remote web-service for authentication, and/or to use a remote web-service to return attribute data to NAM for use in identity injection, form fill or SAML federation.
The purpose of this authentication class is that by writing a simple web service, an administrator can easily add any source for NAM authentication/attribute retrieval, such as a database or a proprietary homegrown system. The administrator does not need to understand or write to NAM’s Java SDK.
Integrating NetIQ SSPR with NetIQ Access Manager can provide several authentication related services for Access Manager. However, one difficulty can be forcing users to the SSPR web pages so they can take care of important activities such as…
This authentication class for NetIQ Access Manager allows for “persistent logins”, “long authentication sessions”, or “remember my password” functionality. When used, this authentication class will store an encrypted cookie on the browser after a successful login. The next time a user would be prompted for authentication, this class will re-use the authentication cookie instead of…
This document is intended as a guide for developers to leverage the SOAP and REST web services available as part of the Novell Identity Manager Roles Based Provisioning Module (RBPM).
Updated: PWM v1.6.0 has been released. PWM is an open source password self service application for LDAP directories. PWM is an ideal candidate for organizations that wish to “role their own” password self service solution, but do not wish to start from scratch.
Allows for bulk loading of assignment/revokes of Novell RBPM resources.
How to log out users out of applications protected by Novell Access Manager (NAM) so that multiple users using a single browser do not gain access to each others sessions.