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Enterprise Single Sign-On 8.0.6 - Quick Start Guide

1 Overview 2 Installing Quest ESSO in Dedicated (ADLDS) Directory Mode 3 Installing Quest ESSO in Corporate (AD) Directory Mode 4 Getting Started with Quest ESSO - Scenario of Use

4.2.2 Creating a Technical Definition

1.
Browse the directory to Quest ESSO\Application access.
2.
Right-click Technical definitions and select New Technical Definition.
3.
In the Technical Definition name field, type ESSO Demo Tool and click OK.

4.2.3 Defining the SSO Window

Enterprise SSO Studio also allows you to configure the detection of all other types of windows as "bad password", "new password", "confirm password", "bad new password" and so on.
1.
In the Enterprise SSO Studio directory, right-click the technical definition you have just created and select New Window.
The Window properties window appears.
2.
In the Window type field, make sure StandardLogin is selected.
3.
Click the Detection tab.
4.
Launch the E-SSO demo tool as follows:
Browse the installation package folders to the
Demo folder and double-click ESSODemoTool.exe application.
5.
Click the Display a login screen button.
6.
In Enterprise SSO Studio Detection tab, click the target button and perform a drag-and-drop operation onto the title bar of the E-SSO demo tool login window.
7.
Click the Actions tab.
Click the Identifier target button and perform a drag-and-drop operation onto the identifier field of the E-SSO demo tool login screen.
Click the Password target button and perform a drag-and-drop operation onto the password field of the E-SSO demo tool login screen.
Click the Press the button target button and perform a drag-and-drop operation onto the OK button of the E-SSO demo tool login screen.
8.
Close E-SSO demo tool.
9.
Click OK to save the configuration.
10.
Click the  button to publish the technical definition you have just created in the directory.
11.
Click File\Exit to close Enterprise SSO Studio.

4.3 Creating Security Objects Associated with the Application

To create security objects and associate them with the application, you must use Quest ESSO Console, which is part of the administration module. Quest ESSO Console is the administration tool that allows you to manage your access policy, from the setting up of the basic security objects to the definition of access rights for users, workstations and applications.

4.3.1 Starting the Quest ESSO Console

The following procedure explains how to start Quest ESSO Console from the workstation.
1.
To start Quest ESSO Console on the workstation, click Start | Programs | Quest Software | Enterprise SSO | QESSO Console.
The Quest ESSO Console pass-phrase window appears.
The Quest ESSO Console welcome window appears.
The Quest ESSO Console main window appears.
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