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TLSv1 patch for Linux Bi-directional remote loader


Does anybody know where I can find the patch for the Linux
Bi-directional remote loader? For IDM 4.5 to fix the poodle issue?

Thanks in Advance

Stuart


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cpedersen Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: TLSv1 patch for Linux Bi-directional remote loader

On 5/19/15 5:44 PM, stuartbyrnes wrote:
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> Does anybody know where I can find the patch for the Linux
> Bi-directional remote loader? For IDM 4.5 to fix the poodle issue?
>
> Thanks in Advance
>
> Stuart


dl.netiq.com -> patches -> product = Identity Manager -> version 4.5 -
as far as I remember you need the 4.5.0.2 Engine / Remote Loader patch.

You'll need to have maintenance otherwise you'll be be allowed to
download patches.


Casper

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Re: TLSv1 patch for Linux Bi-directional remote loader

I think the original post may be about the bidirectional driver components
specifically, vs. the standard Remote Loaders. See Geoffrey's article on
the various types of RLs for comparison (I know you probably know, but
this is more for others or for verification of the original intent):

https://www.novell.com/communities/coolsolutions/many-faces-remote-loaders-idm/


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