This document outlines an example of how to record workstation login times with SecureLogin.
You can’t improve login times without measuring how long they are taking. So if you have users complaining about long login times or if you are working on a project to reduce workstation login times the first thing you need to find is a way of measuring and recording how long the logins are taking and this doc is one possible solution to this.
Do you need to do ldap authentication against multiple sources? Here’s how to create an LDAP Proxy Server to allow authentication from an AD source and an eDirectory Source.
In some cases, system administrators need to enable UID 0 login for LDAP and other authentication sources. However, SUSE Linux by default prohibits that behavior. With a little tweaking of the PAM stack, you can have UID 0 logins without giving away the local root password!
Richard Craig’s team needed to develop a script for an application called BAS. Users have a unique username and password for each department in the BAS application. Each user has an average of 20 different usernames and passwords for the BAS application. Novell SecureLogin was a clear solution and the SetPlat command was used extensively. ZENworks also came into play. Check it out.
David Guest shares an NSL script for the new Novell login screen.
This tip from Martin Day helps you set up a login page for Access Manager when you don’t want to use an authentication contract.
In this Cool Blog, Aaron Burgemeister shows you how to become – well, log in as – an IDM driver to test rights.
Here’s a tip from David Guest that displays the eDirectory login time for NSL in GMT format.
Novell’s Jason Doering shares some simple steps on handling and repairing corrupted log databases in Audit.
Novell’s Aaron Burgemeister shares a way to automatically send a notification message when a user account is disabled.