This section explains installing, configuring, and deploying Novell SecureLogin in an Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) environment. LDAP is an open-directory structure that provides fast access to the directory.
The LDAP authentication client uses LDAP to connect to a server and securely administer applications enabled for single sign-on.
Novell SecureLogin supports LDAP authentication over Secret Socket Layer (SSL) connections only.
The instructions and examples in this section applies to the majority of LDAP compliant directories. Specific examples are given for Sun Java System Directory Server and a directory server managed through an administration workstation. If you have implemented another LDAP directory environment, refer the particular documentation or contact Novell Support for help.
This section consists of the following sections: