It’s often said that children are born negotiators. They possess a natural ability to try to get what they want though trade-offs, attempting to only do something if they get something in return. It’s less said though that children are born Information Security specialists. Surprising you might think – afterall, as marvellous as the human…
The recent cyber attack on Anthem has vexed many victims and onlookers—and not just because Anthem had information on individuals who weren’t Anthem members. Many are asking why cyber attackers would want to steal healthcare records. Is information on someone’s health condition really that valuable? While some may not think so, as a victim of…
Ever wanted to allow your users to authenticate to Novell Access Manager using their FaceBook credentials? Here’s how..
I’ve been doing some looking around at Squid add-ons for the first time in a long time. It appears that they’ve thinned out dramatically!
I’m specifically looking for a quota management tool which is compatible with a Squid/Dansguardian configuration. If need be, integration to just plain squid will do.
arielbiener explains how to protect the Access Manager Admin Console when the Admin Console and Identity Server are located on the same server.
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…
When using DacEasy version 15 only two users can get access to network drive. DacEasy has a 20 CALs so it’s not a deaeasy issue can anybody help?
Looking for a way to provide a standard across all your SLES 10 servers to use the same eDirectory authentication for local access? In this article, we will successfully configure LUM on a “non-OES2”, SLES 10 server to allow users in your eDirectory LUM-enabled group to authenticate to this server without creating local accounts, using their eDirectory ID’s and passwords.