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Is netiq capable of consuming digital certificate server(EMAS) APIs.

Please confirm whether the NetIQ system is capable of consuming the emAS(emas is digital certificate ) API.

EMAS Server side component for carrying out real time verification and validation of digital signature as well as digital signature certificate for achieving nonrepudiation, authentication and data integrity.

 

NAM version is 4.3 and IDM is 4.6 installed in windows. 

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Re: Is netiq capable of consuming digital certificate server(EMAS) APIs.

I presume you are asking whether or not we can connect to EMAS, Ernollment Management Software for Higher Ed using the REST endpoints they provide and secure the communication over those APIs. Is that correct?

Assuming the above to be correct, it really comes down to whether or not EMAS allows for the certificate to be consumed via their API's. We have a REST protocol driver for synchronizing identities to REST "aware" applications.

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Re: Is netiq capable of consuming digital certificate server(EMAS) APIs.

For the Access Manager part of the question, I believe by consuming you meant, authenticating to Access Manager and there by to the application using the certificate. Yes, this is possible. Access Manager offers a certificate authentication method by default.

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