Launching the Client Login Extension Configuration utility will configure MSI files for installing the Extension and save them to the local workstation. These MSI files are used to install the Client Login Extension on Windows workstations.
If you have not already installed the utility, see Section 5.0, Installing the Client Login Extension.
The Client Login Extension MSI files are available in a number of different languages. You must configure the Client Login Extension file for each language, including English, before it can be used.
To configure the MSI files:
Click theshortcut to launch the Client Login Extension Configuration utility.
Double-click the ClientLoginExtensionConfigurationUtility.exe file to launch the utility.
Theoption shows the path to the English version of the Client Login Extension installer file that is being configured. Whenever this text box contains a path to a valid MSI file, the utility automatically opens the file, populates the other controls with the information it contains, and enables the button.
If you want to select another language, click the Installer subfolder in the installation folder and displays all files that match with the Client Login Extension Installer pattern.button to select the Client Login Extension installer file in a different language. By default, the button opens in the
NOTE:In Windows 7, sometimes thefield does not take you to the CLE installer file location. It displays the following error message:
Location is not available
To workaround this issue, you must manually browse and select the correct folder. The default location for the installer files is C:\Users\<user>\My Documents\Client Login Extension Configuration Utility Setup 126.96.36.199.
Welcome Text for Installer: Modify the information in the Welcome text or keep the information as it is presented.
The information in the text box is displayed on the Welcome screen of the Client Login Extension. The stringdisplays as .
Link URL: Specify the URL that the Client Login Extension- restricted browser uses to connect to the User Application Forgotten Password page. You can use either a DNS name or an IP address. An example of a URL using a DNS name that links to the Forgotten Password page is:
This URL can also be configured to access the external password WAR. To do this, see Installing the User Application on an Application Server in the NetIQ Identity Manager Setup Guide.
IMPORTANT:You must have a valid URL pointing to the User Application’s Forgotten Password page; otherwise, the client connection might fail and you might not be able to log in through the workstation. For more information, see Section 11.1, Using Forgotten Password.
Link Text: Specify the text to be displayed on the link to the restricted browser that the Client Login Extension uses.
The default text is. The text for the button in the Novell Client is provided by the Novell Client and cannot be changed here.
(Optional) Enable SSPR Integration: This option allows you to enable the challenge response enrollment and password expiration features.
If you select this option, theoption and field are enabled.
NOTE:To enable this feature, you must have already configured SSPR, as described in Section 4.2.1, Configuring SSPR for Enabling Challenge Response Force Enrollment and Section 4.2.2, Configuring SSPR for Enabling Password Expiration Warning.
(Optional) Force user for challenge response enrollment: Selecting this option enables you to force users to set up their challenge response before logging into the computer. However, if you do not select this option, the user can choose not to set up any challenge response and proceed to log in.
Force challenge response enrollment warning message: This option is enabled only if you select. Specify the message that you want to display when the user is prompted for force enrollment.
REST URI: Specify the URI that the Client Login Extension- restricted browser uses to connect to the SSPR server by using rest calls. You can use either a DNS name or an IP address. An example of a URI using a DNS name is:
(Optional) Enable Proxy: In an environment where Internet is not directly accessible and the Client Login Extension needs to access it, you need to connect the Client Login Extension to a proxy server. To connect to the proxy server, select thecheck-box and provide the IP address and the port number of the proxy server in the text-box.
After all of the information is in place, clickto write the new configuration settings to the selected Client Login Extension file.
Clickto close the confirmation message.
The Client Login Extension Configuration utility remains open, allowing you to configure another Client Login Extension MSI file in a different language. To do so, click the msi file by following Step 9 through Step 11.button to the right of the option, select another language, and configure another .
The localized Client Login Extension MSI files for the more common languages are delivered with the configuration utility in the Installers folder. You must configure each localized installer individually.
To localize the Client Login Extension MSI files for languages other than those delivered with the Client Login Extension, see Section 6.1, Localizing Client Login Extension Files for Other Languages.
To close the Client Login Extension Configuration utility window, click.