Technical Solutions

I was recently asked to help troubleshoot a perceived problem with Dynamic Groups.  While at first I thought the problem was non-working dynamic groups, in actuality the problem was less about Dynamic Groups on their own and more about IDM working with them, specifically creating them or setting their memberQuery attribute; the memberQuery attribute holds…

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By: ab
May 23, 2017
12:15 pm
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We were trying to hunt for a diagram that showed a combined, generic consolidated overview of Identity, Security, and Access Management that was slightly biased towards Micro Focus. After a few hours on Google, we gave up and created our own.

ScorpionSting
May 16, 2017
10:28 am
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The Azure AD Driver is a new addition to the NetIQ family of drivers. The driver is an enhanced version for the Office 365 driver, so the name “Office 365 and Azure Active Directory driver” with the initial version 5.0.0.0. Introduction: The Azure AD driver allows you to provision or deprovision users, groups, exchange mailboxes,…

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vkarthik
By: vkarthik
May 15, 2017
8:56 am
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All of the ciphers listed are Forward Secrecy (FS) enabled and are highly recommended. They work with pretty much everything you could possibly run into at…

May 4, 2017
5:29 pm
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Add this to the filter section of the Web.xml to enable HSTS.

May 4, 2017
5:08 pm
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Identity Manager 4.6 brings a modern Users Catalog for you, through which you can get user details, find user permissions, groups a user belongs to, or edit user details…

By: vrevanna
May 1, 2017
10:58 am
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Someone posted on the forum a question about how to parse some REST driver responses into XDS. In some ways this is the point of the REST driver. In some ways it is not. The thing is that REST is more of an API than a complete solution. The distinction I am trying to make…

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geoffc
By: geoffc
Apr 21, 2017
1:54 pm
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This cool solution explains the steps to install and configure SecureLogin to shut down the applications when there is no network login by using Desktop Automation Services.

By: glalitha
Apr 21, 2017
1:46 pm
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This cool solution explains the steps to install and configure SecureLogin to exclude a potentially long list of applications by using Desktop Automation Services.

By: glalitha
Apr 21, 2017
8:35 am
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