Novell SecureLogin is a single sign-on application. It consists of multiple, integrated security systems that provide authentication and single sign-on to networks and applications. It provides a single entry point to the corporate network and its user resources, increasing security while enhancing compliance with corporate security policies. Novell SecureLogin also eliminates the requirement for users to remember multiple usernames, and passwords and automatically enters them for users when required. For detailed information on Novell SecureLogin, visit the Novell SecureLogin product Web site.
Novell SecureLogin 7.0 Service Pack 3 Hotfix 1 improves usability, and resolves several previous issues. Many of these improvements were made in direct response to suggestions from our customers. We thank you for your time and valuable input. We hope you continue to help us ensure our products meet all your needs.
Novell SecureLogin 7.0 Service Pack 3 Hotfix 1 includes the following enhancements and software fixes.
NOTE:For the list of new features, software fixes and enhancements in SecureLogin 7.0 Service Pack 3, see the Novell SecureLogin 7.0 Service Pack 3 Release Notes.
SecureLogin 7.0 SP3 hotfix 1 supports Mozilla Firefox 11.0 and Mozilla Firefox 12.0.
slaptool now has a new command line option, -d, which is used for deleting user IDs, applications, and password policies from the Prot:SSO Entry attribute of the specified directory object using -l, -a, and -p command respectively. (BUG 756432)
Repeat command now has an option to store the iteration number in a variable. (BUG 201381)
SecureLogin now automatically launches slDotNetSSO process when .netFramework 4 is installed in the system. (BUG 755944)
The IP address entry from the Protocom-SSO-Connections attribute is now removed when the user logs out. (BUG 752620)
The performance of LDAP authentication is now improved. It now takes 1-2 seconds to authenticate the user. (BUG 746536)
For detailed information of supported environments, see
Supported Environments in the Novell SecureLogin Quick Start Guide.
To install SecureLogin 7.0 Service Pack 3, see Novell SecureLogin Installation Guide.
For detailed information of all the known issues for SecureLogin 7.0 Service Pack 3, see
Known Issues in the Novell SecureLogin 7.0 Service Pack 3 Release Notes.
The complete documentation is available at, Novell SecureLogin 7.0 SP3 Documentation Web Site.
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