Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Access Manager

....is an insanely awesome product...the integration of the SSLVPN just
rocks!

When I first grabbed the product 3.0 version and started playing with
it it had lots of potential and wasn't particularily intuitive (and the
documentation was pitiful), it lacked polish and had a few bugs and
lots of idiosyncrasies!

With each IR and SP the product has made leaps and bounds. It also
shows how iManager *should* work and that it can work well as an
administration tool.

Good effort Novell!

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Access Manager

On Fri, 15 Feb 2008 22:28:13 +0000, Scott Campbell wrote:

> Good effort Novell!


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--
Joe
"Those of you who think you know everything are annoying to those of us who do."

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Re: Access Manager

Joseph Marton wrote:

> Your comments have been passed along.


Thank you 🙂
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crashmaster18 Contributor.
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Re: Access Manager

Hi Scott, it's been a while. Going to Brainshare this year?

Yes, NAM is a nice product, and NAM 4 is supposed to be even better. More features for the ol' BM 3.9 folks like us at least...

Interview with Praveen G, Product Manager for Novell BorderManager | Novell User Communities
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Access Manager

salisburyk wrote:


> Hi Scott, it's been a while. Going to Brainshare this year?


I certainly am, you are too aren't you?

> Yes, NAM is a nice product, and NAM 4 is supposed to be even better.
> More features for the ol' BM 3.9 folks like us at least...


Yup, pretty excited about the prospects of NAM 4. I will be interested
in seeing how they handle the SSO aspect; whether or not it will be
like clntrust or something more interesting. 🙂
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Re: Access Manager

Scott,

Glad to hear that NAM 3 rocks. I'm in the process of designing a system
for a enterprise level client here in the states. The system is to
support 8000 people in the field that access the workforce management
system through a web portal. NAM has been specified for this solution.

I'm really looking forward to getting it implemented.

PS: I'll also be at BS'08 & plan to take a few sessions on NAM



Mark G. Harvey | PSE | Premium Support | SUSE
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Access Manager

Mark wrote:

> I'm really looking forward to getting it implemented.


Nice. I am pretty impressed with the product, especially compared to
iChain - it's pretty small scale for us though - no more than a few
people on it at a time.

> PS: I'll also be at BS'08 & plan to take a few sessions on NAM


Will see you there.

🙂
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