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.
As I reported in a recent post one of the recurring questions is what of the NetIQ and Novell products that many have said would fit in the same solution portfolio. Well, as many observed including tweeter: @novellpartner: Quite a number of the Novell products appear on the NetIQ website. What does that mean? Today…
The standard tool to do SecureLogin administration is iManager. This tip has some setup steps that are required, but not well understood, for this setup to work.
This tip explains how to use corporate redirection to manage SecureLogin configuration “one offs” without having to modify each user object individually.
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.
If you’re planning to purchase additional licenses of Novell SecureLogin during your upcoming renewal, this is an offer you should seriously consider. idOnDemand, a SecureLogin strong-authentication partner, will give you 50 or 100 free smart cards when you purchase 500 or 1,000 new SecureLogin licenses between September 1 and December 31, 2010.
Typically the process of developing and testing SecureLogin scripts is done directly on a development user id. When the scripts are complete and tested and ready to be used by the general community they need to be copied to one, or several different objects in the supporting directory. This doc shows a sample of how to script the deployment process to make it quick and consistent.
This article explains how to configure SecureLogin with DAS and Smart Card to enable Fast User switching in Active Directory mode.
This article describes some advanced options for installing Novell SecureLogin (NSL) client using a ZENworks Configuration Management bundle.
This article describes how to deploy the NSL 7.0.1 64-bit client along with dependent components (like NICI or .Net 3.0) on a pool of systems through Novell ZENworks Configuration Manager in larger deployments.