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

Customizing the Data Displayed on the Desktop (Cluster and Multi-User Desktop)

Customizing the Data Displayed on the Desktop (Cluster and Multi-User Desktop)

You can customize the data that appears at the foreground of the user’s desktop on workstations configured to run the Cluster feature or the Multi-User Desktop mode.

For details, see one of the following manuals:

  • Cluster feature: Authentication Manager Cluster Administrator’s Guide.
  • Multi-User Desktop: One Identity EAM Console - Guide de l'administrateur.

 

Customizing the Question Display for the SSPR

Customizing the Question Display for the SSPR

Subject

You can customize the way the questions are displayed in the SSPR windows, starting from Windows 7/2008 and onwards.

Description

By default, the questions are displayed in the text fields as follows:

By setting a registry key, you can display the questions above the text fields as follows:

Procedure
  1. Place the DisplayQuestionsSeparately DWORD value under one of the following registry keys:
  • HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\WiseGuard\AdvancedLogin
  • HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Enatel\WiseGuard\AdvancedLogin
    (to configure with GPOs).
  1. Set the value to 1.

The customization is activated.

 

Customizing the PDF Report Graphic Style

Customizing the PDF Report Graphic Style

Subject

In the EAM console, you can create PDF reports (for more information, refer to the One Identity EAM Console - Guide de l'administrateur). If you want to, you can customize the layout of these reports by modifying their graphic style.

Description

You can customize the following elements:

  • Logo: to integrate the logo of your enterprise to the PDF reports, copy it in the following directory:
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\One Identity\IAR\images\logo-company.png
    The size of the logo must be 100(W)x80(H)pixels.
  • Styles:
    • Chart themes: edit the C:\Program Files\Common Files\One Identity\IAR\styles\DefaultChartTheme.jrctx file.
    • Colors and font sizes: edit the C:\Program Files\Common Files\One Identity\IAR\styles\DefaultStyle.jrtx file.

To modify the:

  • colors of a style, enter the code corresponding to the desired color in the forecolor, backcolor or linecolor attributes.
  • size of the font used by the style, enter the desired size in the fontSize attribute.
Example

<style name="base" isDefault="true" forecolor="#1577B4" fontName="DefaultFont" fontSize="10">

<box topPadding="0" leftPadding="0" bottomPadding="0" rightPadding="0"/>

</style>

<style name="title" mode="Opaque" forecolor="#FFFFFF" backcolor="#1577B4" fill="Solid" hAlign="Right" vAlign="Middle" fontName="DefaultFont" fontSize="18" isBold="true">

<box topPadding="2" leftPadding="8" bottomPadding="2" rightPadding="8">

<pen lineColor="#1577B4"/>

<topPen lineColor="#1577B4"/>

<leftPen lineColor="#1577B4"/>

<bottomPen lineColor="#1577B4"/>

<rightPen lineColor="#1577B4"/>

</box>

</style>

Fonts

The font used by the different styles is referenced in each style under DefaultFont. This default font is DéjàVu Sans Serif.

The languages supported by this font are:

Afrikaans

Cyrillic

Frisian Maltese Turkish

Albanian

Czech

Galician

Norwegian

Welsh
Basque Danish German Polish  
Belarusian_lacinka Dutch Greek Portuguese  
Bosnian English Hungarian Romanian  
Breton Esperanto Icelandic Serbian  
Catalan Estonian Italian Slovak  
Chamorro Faroese Latvian Slovenian  
Chichewa_nyanja Finnish Lithuanian Spanish  
Croatian French Malagasy

Swedish

 

If you want to change the default font or if you need to support more languages, you can change it by creating a new JAVA archive (JAR) similar to the one provided by default: DefaultFont.jar located in C:\Program Files\Common Files\One Identity\IAR\bundled-tomcat\IARBase\lib

The content of this file is as follows:

./fonts/fontsfamilyDefaultFont.xml

./jasperreports_extension.properties

./manifest.txt

Place the new font in TrueType format (TTF) in the fonts directory of the archive and modify the ./fonts/fontsfamilyDefaultFont.xml file without changing the family font name.

Example

To support japanese, you can do as follows:

  1. Extract the delivered JAVA archive in a temporary directory:
    jar xvf DefaultFont.jar
  2. Download a free font supporting this language, or use one for which you have the license. In this example, a free Meiryo TrueType font was downloaded and the related TTF files we set in the extracted fonts directory of the Java archive, such as:

./fonts/Meiryo.ttf

./fonts/fontsfamilyDefaultFont.xml

./jasperreports_extension.properties

./manifest.txt

  1. Edit the fontsfamilyDefaultFont.xml file as follows:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<fontFamilies>

<fontFamily name="DefaultFont">

<normal><![CDATA[net/sf/jasperreports/fonts/dejavu/DejaVuSans.ttf]]>
</normal>

<bold><![CDATA[net/sf/jasperreports/fonts/dejavu/
DejaVuSans-Bold.ttf]]></bold>

<italic><![CDATA[net/sf/jasperreports/fonts/dejavu/
DejaVuSans-Oblique.ttf]]></italic>

<boldItalic><![CDATA[net/sf/jasperreports/fonts/dejavu/
DejaVuSans-BoldOblique.ttf]]></boldItalic>

<pdfEncoding><![CDATA[Identity-H]]></pdfEncoding>

<pdfEmbedded><![CDATA[true]]></pdfEmbedded>

<exportFonts>

<export key="net.sf.jasperreports.rtf"><![CDATA[Serif]]></export>

<export key="net.sf.jasperreports.xhtml"><![CDATA[Serif]]></export>

<export key="net.sf.jasperreports.html"><![CDATA[Serif]]></export>

</exportFonts>

</fontFamily>

</fontFamilies>

  1. Replace the DefaultFont fontFamily with the following fontFamily definition. Keep the same fontFamily name and replace the location of the TTF font faces files. If you have specific font faces for bold or italic, replace the corresponding lines, or remove them otherwise, as in the default font family above:

<fontFamily name="DefaultFont">

<normal><![CDATA[fonts/Meiryo.ttf]]></normal>

<pdfEncoding><![CDATA[Identity-H]]></pdfEncoding>

<pdfEmbedded><![CDATA[true]]></pdfEmbedded>

<exportFonts>

<export key="net.sf.jasperreports.rtf"><![CDATA[Serif]]></export>

<export key="net.sf.jasperreports.xhtml"><![CDATA[Serif]]></export>

<export key="net.sf.jasperreports.html"><![CDATA[Serif]]></export>

</exportFonts>

</fontFamily>

  1. Rebuild the new JAVA archive including the new font:
    jar cvfm ..\DefaultFontJapanese.jar -m manifest.text fonts/* jasper*
  2. Install the new DefaultFontJapanese.jar JAVA archive in C:\Program Files\Common Files\One Identity\IAR\bundled-tomcat\IARBase\lib and remove the DefaultFont.jar after saving it.
  3. Restart the I&A Reporting service.

You are ready to generate your reports in japanese.

Customizing the EAM Portal

Customizing the EAM Portal

Subject

You can customize the EAM portal by hiding some of its features or adding an additional security control (Captcha). For more information on the portal features, refer to the One Identity EAM Portal - Guide de l’utilisateur.

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