Enables you to single sign-on enable almost any Windows, mainframe, internet, intranet, terminal server, or Unix application.
No need to install software on your application servers.
The flexibility for you and your application owners to choose what to do once an application generated message is detected, giving you full control over your single sign-on environment.
Allows more sophisticated single sign-on to supported applications, including the ability to seamlessly handle several versions of one application. This feature is especially important when you upgrade your applications.
Security. Novell SecureLogin data (for example, user credentials) is stored and protected in the directory.
Speed. When Novell SecureLogin is started, it locates user data in the directory and caches its encrypted contents in memory (and optionally on disk) for later use by the workstation's Novell SecureLogin agent.