What are startup application definitions (scripts) typically used for?

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SecureLogin
SecureLogin SSO
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What are startup application definitions (scripts) typically used for?

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SecureLogin includes startup application definitions that run when SecureLogin loads. They are extremely powerful and flexible. Examples of how customers use the startup application definition include;

  • Determine whether the user logged on with a smart card and PIN or password and respond accordingly (e.g. if the user did not logon with a smart card, unload SSO for example to link the smart card with the SSO service)
  • When SecureLogin is first run, display a message to the user re: ""Terms of Use of SSO"" and only load if the user agrees by clicking Yes. Once they have agreed, the message is no longer displayed.

See the application definition guide for the list of commands that can be run at startup.

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