After Novell SecureLogin is installed on your desktop, Novell SecureLogin watches for applications that are not enabled for single sign-on. Upon detecting such an application, Novell SecureLogin prompts you to use a wizard to enable those applications for single sign-on and thereby simplify future logins.
If Novell SecureLogin detects an login screen on an application, it presents the following dialog box.
Figure 3-1 Prompt to Enable for Single Sign-On
Select one of the following options:
I want to single sign using the default selections done by the wizard: Selectoption to create an application definition using the default settings.
Through the default settings, you can create an application definition to handle the username and password fields and submit button identified by the Wizard.
I want to single sign enable the screen suing the wizard: If Novell SecureLogin detects more than two text fields or one button in a login dialog box, selectoption. Through this you can review the fields identified by the Wizard, confirm that correct fields are selected and button are identified.
I do not want to single sign this screen at this time: Selectif you do not want to enable an application for single sign-on at an instance.
Never prompt me to single sign this screen: Selectif you do not want to enable an application for single sign-on. You are not be prompted to enable the application for single sign-on, again.