If you’ve been watching on our community sites, you’ve probably noticed some subtle, but important updates. We’re still in the process of planning a consolidated community, but in the meantime, we’re working to make what we have as useful as possible. We’ve made some changes that will help you find information about your Micro Focus…
Sentinel Syslog 2011.1r6 and Audit 2011.1r4 Connectors are released! Find out more…
This is an update to my previous Cool Solution: Integrating Salesforce.com and NetIQ Access Manager using SAML2. If you are new to SAML2 and federation, you may still find my first article useful as I endeavored to explain each concept as each configuration step is described. This article is not inclusive, but an update to that article. In the years since it was written, several new features related to SAML have been added to Salesforce.com. I describe some of those here and also add some extra tips along the way.
Novell Operations Center 5.0 is now shipping. Here’s a taste of what’s inside.
Lieberman Software Integrates with eDirectory for Privileged Identity Management
This document describes the source NAT (SNAT) configuration for the Novell SSL VPN server, when full tunnel mode is enabled. Full tunnel mode is a feature announced in the 3.1 SP1 Version of Access Manager. In full tunnel mode, the client connection is completely secure as any traffic initiated at the client is tunneled to SSL VPN server and then directed to the respective networks. While redirecting, SSL VPN server makes use of the source NAT configuration to reach the public and private networks.
If you get the error: “Unable to contact the specified server. Please verify the information entered and try again…” while accessing iFolder server from a SSLVPN client, check out this tip from Shashikala BV for help on how to fix it.
Laura Buckley has a quick solution for getting NBM drive mappings for users in a VPN setting.
In this AppNote, Neil Cashell dives into the details of Novell’s SSL VPN architecture and how it can be used for secure “anywhere-, anytime-access.”
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