8329 Advanced Scripting for SecureLogin 7 – halv dag

Pris: 6.000 sek

Course Overview

Novell SecureLogin (NSL) eliminates the user frustration and Help Desk support calls associated with an organization supporting many applications, each having their own authentication dialogs. This online course uses lecture, demonstration and a series of supporting labs to show you scripting for applications, failures, and exceptions scripting for complex dialogs

Training Level: 2 – Intermediate

Duration: 4 Hours

Key Objectives

During this course, you learn:
Using the Wizard to address multi-tiered logins
Using the Wizard to manage change password requests
Learning Administration using LDAP tools
Passphrase and Password Policy Administration
Working with Terminal Emulators
Scripting for Drop-downs
Dealing with Window Refreshes
Scripting for Random Titles
Scripting for Listbox Selections
Dealing with Complex Dialogs
Audience Summary
This course is designed for network administrators working in an eDirectory environment who:
Support users who need access to Windows, web-based, or mainframe-based applications beyond that provided via basic authentication

Seek to automate challenging login scenarios
Desire to reduce support calls associated with those applications
Course Prerequisites
Before taking this course you should have attended Course 8328 (Introduction to Novell Secure Login 7.0) or have equivalent experience.
Course Outline


Advanced NSL Scripting
Using the Wizard to Address Multi-tiered Login
Using the Wizard to Manage Change Password
Lab 1: Advanced Wizard Use


NSL Administration
LDAP Administration
Managing NSL with iManager
Lab 2: Management Tools


Passphrases and Passwords
Managing Preferences
Managing Passphrases
Managing Passphrase Policies
Managing Password Policies
Lab 3: Configuring Passphrase Policies
Lab 4: Configuring Password Policies


Smart Cards
PCPROX Technology
Smart Card Integration


Terminal Emulator Applications
Enabling Terminal Emulator Applications
Support for Meditech Pre-defined Applications


Reauthentications and Multiple Logins
Using the Administration Management Utility to Re-authenticate Applications
Adding Multiple Logins
Lab 5: Managing Re-authentications
Lab 6: Managing Multiple Logins