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Advanced Technical Training - Novell Secure Login 6.1

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In today's eBusiness environment, you need to figure out how to secure your system against competitors, would-be hackers and saboteurs while also providing your customers, partners and employees with network access. Novell® SecureLogin helps put you in control by providing your users with secure single sign-on access to the network resources they need. In addition to securing your network resources, Novell SecureLogin accelerates your transformation to eBusiness because it works with your existing systems and accommodates the needs of a mobile workforce. Novell SecureLogin is also simple to manage, and its single sign-on functionality reduces the administrative costs associated with password management.

During this course, you will learn to complete the following tasks:

* Understand what Novell SecureLogin is and how it can simplify access to corporate applications requiring authentication
* Install Novell SecureLogin in Novell eDirectory environment
* Implement Novell SecureLogin for Windows (including Vista) and web-based applications requiring authentication
* Administer Novell SecureLogin using various management consoles and utilities

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