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Re: Windows 7 - CLE 3.7.1.4 and Windows default login

On Thu, 03 May 2012 15:46:02 +0000, jlrodriguez wrote:

> I put it just here because I saw a similar post on the
> support.userapp-workflow forum recommending to put on this one.


I don't think there's anybody that hangs out here in support.engine-
drivers that knows anything about CLE. I'd be happy to be wrong, but I
think support.userapp-workflow is more likely to be helpful.


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Re: Windows 7 - CLE 3.7.1.4 and Windows default login

On 5/3/2012 3:00 PM, David Gersic wrote:
> On Thu, 03 May 2012 15:46:02 +0000, jlrodriguez wrote:
>
>> I put it just here because I saw a similar post on the
>> support.userapp-workflow forum recommending to put on this one.

>
> I don't think there's anybody that hangs out here in support.engine-
> drivers that knows anything about CLE. I'd be happy to be wrong, but I
> think support.userapp-workflow is more likely to be helpful.


Except Steve said go back here. 🙂

I am not sure who really develops CLE. I think it is a spin off from
the PMF group (Password Management Framework, a consulting engagement
custom password portal) which is really part of NCCD (Novell Custom Code
Development) but I do not know who owns the IDM version of it.


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Re: Windows 7 - CLE 3.7.1.4 and Windows default login

On Thu, 03 May 2012 19:12:00 +0000, Geoffrey Carman wrote:

> On 5/3/2012 3:00 PM, David Gersic wrote:
>> On Thu, 03 May 2012 15:46:02 +0000, jlrodriguez wrote:
>>
>>> I put it just here because I saw a similar post on the
>>> support.userapp-workflow forum recommending to put on this one.

>>
>> I don't think there's anybody that hangs out here in support.engine-
>> drivers that knows anything about CLE. I'd be happy to be wrong, but I
>> think support.userapp-workflow is more likely to be helpful.

>
> Except Steve said go back here. 🙂


Oh dear. Ok, well, in that case, sorry 'jlroddreguez', but it's not
looking like we can help you here. Client support forum, maybe? If not,
you may have to open an SR with Novell Support and ask them what to do
about this.


> I am not sure who really develops CLE. I think it is a spin off from
> the PMF group (Password Management Framework, a consulting engagement
> custom password portal) which is really part of NCCD (Novell Custom Code
> Development) but I do not know who owns the IDM version of it.


Me either, but I'm pretty sure that nobody here in engine-drivers knows
anything about it, and it's not related in any way to the IDM engine or
drivers. I thought it was part of UA, but if Steven is sending people
away, I guess that's not true.


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Re: Windows 7 - CLE 3.7.1.4 and Windows default login

On 5/3/2012 3:12 PM, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
> On 5/3/2012 3:00 PM, David Gersic wrote:
>> On Thu, 03 May 2012 15:46:02 +0000, jlrodriguez wrote:
>>
>>> I put it just here because I saw a similar post on the
>>> support.userapp-workflow forum recommending to put on this one.

>>
>> I don't think there's anybody that hangs out here in support.engine-
>> drivers that knows anything about CLE. I'd be happy to be wrong, but I
>> think support.userapp-workflow is more likely to be helpful.

>
> Except Steve said go back here. 🙂
>
> I am not sure who really develops CLE. I think it is a spin off from the
> PMF group (Password Management Framework, a consulting engagement custom
> password portal) which is really part of NCCD (Novell Custom Code
> Development) but I do not know who owns the IDM version of it.


It has been pointed out to me that NCCD stands for "Novell Consulting
Custom Development" not what I said. But close enough for government
work right? Close enough for hand grenades and tactical nuclear
weapons, right? I did get PMF right though! So yay me! 🙂


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