Novell SecureLogin Adds Support for Windows Vista
Single sign-on solution updates features to enforce consistent password policy, address compliance mandates
Novell has enhanced its single sign-on solution, including support for Windows Vista, improved authentication capabilities, easier administration, and expanded applications support. Novell SecureLogin provides users with easy access to network and Web resources, using a single, secure login and works with existing directories.
Enhanced features in Novell SecureLogin include:
Novell SecureLogin now support Windows Vista, as well as other popular operating systems and Web browsers, including Windows XP, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox
Strong authentication features help organizations comply with new regulations, such as Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) guidelines for online banking (these require more than one factor of authentication)
SecureLogin enables integration with smart cards, biometrics, and proximity cards in conjunction with user names and passwords
An updated interface simplifies installation and administration and provides IT staff help when integrating with Novell identity and security management solutions; IT can centrally manage credentials, policies, and single sign-on activities on Microsoft Active Directory, Novell eDirectory, or a generic LDAP directory
Immediate support for enterprise applications, including SAP, Front.exe, Microsoft SQL Server, Citrix Program Neighborhood, Lotus Notes, and Novell GroupWise. Novell SecureLogin supports over 30 terminal-based applications, plus Java-based applications and Web applications.
For more information about Novell SecureLogin, see http://www.novell.com/products/securelogin.
James E. Powell is the former editorial director of Enterprise Strategies (esj.com).