This cool solution provides information for various methods used in the mobile application development world. This is all about how the application will authenticate the user and how this information is shared with other applications without compromising credentials.
NAM 4.2 provides an end-user portal and a mobile client. Users can access this portal and get SSO to applications listed in the portal or access application URLs. When accessing applications, users often want to move seamlessly from their desktop to their mobile device without having to login again on the mobile device.
This article is written for customers and partners who want to test NetIQ Access Manager (NAM) to understand and demonstrate how single sign-on works. Why single sign-on to Facebook? The reason is because it is probably the most widely used Website on the Internet that has a login page. What are we trying to achieve?…
This cool solution is about IDP initiated SSO and SLO with Office 365 cloud service. This also explains how to customize the login process customization.
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.
This article explains how to retrieve, manipulate, and send data in a SAML assertion that is not available from the configured user store in a SAML assertion – “external data”.
This cool solution will show you how to integrate ServiceNow into your NAM implementation using a federated authentication via SAML 2.0. By using SAML 2.0, your users authenticate to NAM as they typically do using their existing LDAP credentials provided by your corporate directory. The service-now.com application then authenticates users via SAML without the need to synchronize passwords with service-now.com.
NetIQ Access ManagerTM can deploy standards-based web single sign-on (SSO), which means users only have to remember one password to access all the web-based applications they are authorized to use. That means far fewer helpdesk calls-and the reduced likelihood of users resorting to vulnerable…
Gaurav Vaidya explains how to configure SAML based SSO from NetIQ Access Manager to Novell Service Desk.
This article by Alan Weber and Neil Cashell explains how to configure a Novell Access Manager 3.1 SAML 1.1 Identity provider so that it integrates seamlessly with a Vertex SAML 1.1 Service Provider using the Intersite transfer URL.