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As organizations worldwide start to explore the synergy in the NetIQ portfolio resulting for the merger of heritage Novell products and heritage NetIQ products, some quick hybrid solutions are available almost out-of-the-box.
Below is a quick step-by-step guide for how to use CLE to provide unauthenticated access to SPA (Secure Password Administrator). For more information on SPA, see: http://www.netiq.com/products/spa/
Figure 1: First step, configure CLE to point to the SPA Self-Service URL. You will need to validate the HTTPS certificate and update the DNS record or test workstation hosts file to match the server name in the assigned certificate.
Figure 2: Windows 7 Logon modified with Self-Service URL.
Figure 3: Self-Service secure page access with unauthenticated user in locked down/kiosk mode.
For this example, I used Client Login Extension Version 184.108.40.206 Patch 2, available from http://download.novell.com