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Single Sign-on?

Greetings,

I was wondering if there was any way to configure GWIM to pull the login credentials from the Novell Client rather then having the users authenticate a second time. Management likes the tool but our usage of it is limited because people will click cancel when the authentication dialog appears.

Thanks...Scott

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Single Sign-on?

I would just set the client to auto login. Then there isn't any prompt.

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Single Sign-on?

True, but Sarbanes Oxley requires that we change our passwords on regular intervals so after the change for eDirectory is entered the login dialog appears because the (remembered) passwords are no longer in sync. This can confuse users.

The issue with Management is that they want to force the users to login, like how we force the ZEN NAL to run.

Thanks...Scott





>>> Mark Haynes<Mark.Haynes@wwt.com> 10/21/2005 10:21 AM >>>


I would just set the client to auto login. Then there isn't any prompt.

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Single Sign-on?

I think now, you're getting into the Identity Management solution from Novell. Formerly known as SSO, Single Sign On.

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