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Enterprise Single Sign-On 9.0.2 - Enterprise Access Management Customization Guide

Preface

Preface

Subject This guide describes how to use the Primary account, Access to applications and Self Enrollment menus of the Enterprise Access Management (EAM) portal.
Audience

This guide is intended for:

  • System Integrators.
  • Administrators.
Required Software EAM 9.0 evolution 2 and later versions. For more information about the versions of the required operating systems and software solutions quoted in this guide, please refer to One Identity EAM Release Notes.
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Customizing EAM Windows

Customizing EAM Windows

Customizing EAM Bitmaps

One Identity EAM allows you to easily customize bitmaps that are displayed in EAM windows. You can change:

  • The banners displayed in EAM authentication windows.
  • The banner that appears when Enterprise SSO needs to collect users security data.
  • The bitmaps displayed in the authentication screen tiles (Windows 7/2008 only).
  • The banner that appears when the Multi-User Desktop Welcome screen is displayed in fullscreen mode.

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Changing Banners of EAM Authentication Windows

 

  1. Modify or create a bitmap file (.bmp) that fits the following requirements:
  • Width: 700 px (centered on the middle 500 pixels).
  • Height: 72 px.
  • Name: WGLogo.bmp.
  1. Copy this file in the installation directory of your EAM software module (preferably in C:\Program Files\One Identity\Enterprise SSO to modify the Enterprise SSO authentication window banner).

The new banner appears in the authentication window, as in the following example:

 

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Changing the Banner of the Enterprise SSO "Security Data Collect" Window

 

  1. Modify or create a bitmap file (.bmp) that fits the following requirements:
  • Width: 360 px.
  • Height: 34 px.
  • Name: ssobanner16M.bmp (24/32 bit colors) or ssobanner256.bmp (256 colors).
  1. Copy this file in the installation directory of your Enterprise SSO software module (preferably in C:\Program Files\One Identity\Enterprise SSO).

When the Security Data Collect window appears, the new banner is displayed:

 

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