4.2 Configuring an Identity Injection Policy

  1. In the Administration Console, click Policies > Policies.

  2. Select the policy container, then click New.

  3. Specify a name for the policy, select Access Gateway: Identity Injection for the type of policy, then click OK.

    Configuring an identity injection policy
  4. Fill in the following fields:

    Description: (Optional) Describe the purpose of this policy. Because Identity Injection policies are customized to match the content of a specific Web server, you might want to include the name of the Web server as part of the description.

    Priority: Specify the order in which a rule is applied in the policy, when the policy has multiple rules. The highest priority is 1 and the lowest priority is 10.

  5. In the Actions section, click New, then select one of the following.

  6. (Optional) Repeat Step 5.

    Repeat this process to add multiple actions to the same rule. If a particular action is allowed only once per rule, then the action does not appear in the New menu if that action has already been defined in the rule. If an action is allowed multiple times per rule, you can select it from the New menu or use the Copy Action icon Configuring an identity injection policy and modify the new entry.

  7. To save the policy, click OK twice, then click Apply Changes.

  8. For information on how to assign the policy to a protected resource, see Assigning an Identity Injection Policy to a Protected Resource in the NetIQ Access Manager 3.1 SP5 Access Gateway Guide.