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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

4.3.2 Creating a Password Format Control Policy

Quest ESSO automatic password change.
1.
Browse the Quest ESSO Console directory to Quest ESSO\Application access.
2.
Right-click Application security objects and select New\Password Control Policy.
In the Name field, type Demo PFCP.
4.
Click Apply.

4.3.3 Creating a Password Generation Policy

1.
Browse the Quest ESSO Console directory to Quest ESSO\Application access.
2.
Right-click Application security objects and select New\Password Generation Policy.
In the Name field, type "Demo PGP".
In the Policy for new passwords area, select Randomly generate.
In the Advanced area, leave the default parameters.
4.
Click Apply.

4.3.4 Gathering PFCP and PGP into an Application Profile

1.
Browse the Quest ESSO Console directory to Quest ESSO\Application access.
2.
Right-click Application security objects and select New\Application Profile.
In the Name field, type "Demo App Prf".
In the General tab, select the Use password control policy specified here check box.
Select the Demo PFCP you have just created.
Click the  button to select the Demo PGP you have just created.
4.
Click Apply.

4.4 Creating the Application and Defining Access Permissions

1.
In the Quest ESSO Console, browse the directory to Quest ESSO\Application access.
2.
Right-click Applications and select New\Application.
3.
In the Information tab, in the Name field, type Demo App.
4.
Click the Configuration tab, select the SSO tab and then the Methods tab.
5.
Click the Select button and browse the directory to select the "ESSO Demo Tool" technical definition you have created in 4.2.2 Creating a Technical Definition and click OK.
The link between the technical reference declared in Enterprise SSO Studio and the application object declared with Quest ESSO Console is done.
6.
Click the Configuration tab, select the SSO tab and then the Access Strategies tab.
7.
In the Access Strategies tab, click the Add button and select the application profile you have just created.
8.
Click the User Access tab.
9.
In the User Access tab:
Click Add and select the primary administrator user (the user you use to connect to the workstation at the moment) and click OK.
In the Application profile field, select the application profile you have created in 4.3.4 Gathering PFCP and PGP into an Application Profile.
10.
Click Apply.
11.
Click File\Exit to close Quest ESSO Console.
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