Benefits of Novell SecureLogin
Advantages of NSL
In addition to out of the box support for many popular applications, SecureLogin includes powerful wizards and tools to Single Sign-on enable applications and web sites, such as those that are in-house developed or externally managed.
Because there are literally thousands of applications and web site logons, SecureLogin does not lock you in to a single way of enabling an application. It works with applications previously thought impossible to Single Sign-on enable.
Examples of ways SecureLogin can interact with your applications include: detecting and reading dialog boxes, messages, prompts, windows events, and application events; reading URLs, fields, drop down boxes, check boxes, HTML and text on web pages; decompiling Java; and interrogating HLLAPI dllâs and reading text to query terminal emulator screens.
Using SecureLogin, administrators can typically Single Sign-on enable logon to an application in a matter of minutes using the powerful wizards, and include error handling, password changes and password policies in less than fifteen minutes.
Since the Single Sign-on application definition can be associated with organizational units, organization, and/or group policy objects (in an Active Directory environment), Single Sign-on enabled applications can be made available to all users or selected users and/or groups in stages, versus an enterprise-wide deployment. This allows an administrator to fully evaluate the product with a control group of users to see if it fulfills the business need.