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Enterprise Single Sign-On 8.0.6 - SSOWatch Administrator Guide

1 Overview 2 SSOWatch 3 Configuration Editor: Enterprise SSO Studio
3.1 Interface Overview 3.2 Starting and Stopping Enterprise SSO Studio 3.3 Creating or Opening a Configuration 3.4 Configuring General SSO Parameters 3.5 Defining PFCP and Application Profiles 3.6 Defining Application and Technical Definition Objects 3.7 Defining Window Objects 3.8 Testing the SSO 3.9 Exporting or Importing Objects 3.10 Managing Objects in the Tree 3.11 Saving Object Configurations 3.12 Managing Configuration Updates 3.13 Refreshing the Tree
4 The Generic Plug-in 5 The Microsoft Internet Explorer Plugin  6 The SAP R/3 Plug-in 7 Terminal Type Applications 8 The HLLAPI Plug-in 9 Advanced Configuration 10 OLE/Automation Interface Appendix A: Cache Tuning and Asynchronous Update of the Application Data Appendix B: Integrating Care-FX with SSOWatch

2 SSOWatch

This section describes the SSOWatch interface and how to use it. For more details see the related topics:

2.1 Overview

SSOWatch Definition
SSOWatch is in charge of the following SSO functionalities:
It offers self-administration functions to allow you to register yourself to applications or change your passwords for example.
The SSOWatch Configuration
The SSOWatch configuration stores the SSO data. It can be defined by two kinds of users:
The Quest ESSO security administrators, through Enterprise SSO Studio. This tool allows administrators to create and modify the SSOWatch configuration common to many end-users.
By end-users, through Personal SSO Studio if the component is installed on the workstation. This tool allows you to define your personal SSO data used to log on your personal applications.

2.2 The SSOWatch Interface

2.2.1 QESSO SSOWatch Icon

The QESSO SSOWatch icon is displayed in the Windows notification area, as shown in the following illustration:
Depending on the SSOWatch state, this icon can have several appearances:
SSOWatch is activated: the SSO feature is enabled (whenever it detects a configured application login window, SSOWatch automatically provides the required SSO data)
SSOWatch is suspended: the SSO feature is disabled.
SSOWatch is locked: when the SSOWatch detects a configured application login window, or when you want to display the user accounts associated with applications (see 2.6.2 Displaying your SSOWatch User Accounts), SSOWatch may ask you to re-authenticate. Upon a successful authentication, SSOWatch state switches to activated.
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