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Password Manager 5.7.1 - Administration Guide

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Checklist: Configuring Password Manager Understanding Management Policies Configuring Access to the Administration Site Configuring Access to the Self-Service Site Configuring Access to the Helpdesk Site Configuring Questions and Answers Policy Workflow Overview Custom Workflows Custom Activities Self-Service Workflows Helpdesk Workflows Notification Activities User Enforcement Rules
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Customization of URLs to Self-Service Site from Other Applications

Customization of URLs to Self-Service Site from Other Applications

You can create special URLs that direct a specified user to beginning of a specified task when accessing the Self-Service site from other applications.

The URL must be in the following format:

http://COMPUTER_NAME/PMUser/EntryPoint/?<parameters>,

Where <parameters> is a list of names and values, i.e. name1=value1&name2=value2.

COMPUTER_NAME is the DNS name or IP address of the server where Password Manager resides.

You can use the following parameters:

  • The Integratedparameter specifies whether the integrated mode is on.
  • The dcname parameter specifies a domain controller’s name or IP address.
  • The PortalHomePage parameter specifies an URL for the Home page link on the Self-Service site.
  • The CurrentLanguage is the identifier of the preferred user interface language: a two-letter lowercase culture code with or without a two-letter uppercase subculture code. This parameter is optional. If the specified language is not available, the user interface will be displayed in the default language. The default language is either English or any other language selected by the user on the Self-Service site from the list of available languages.
  • The IdentificationDomain is the fully qualified name of the domain to which a user belongs.
  • The IdentificationAccount is the name of a user. If user account search is enabled on the Self-Service site, you should specify a part of the user’s first or last name or email. For example:

http://localhost/PMUser/EntryPoint/?ActionName=ResetPassword&IdentificationDomain=mydomain.com&IdentificationAccount=smith&CurrentLanguage=en-US

If user account search is disabled on the Self-Service site, you should specify the user’s sAMAccountName or UPN name. For example:

http://localhost/PMUser/EntryPoint/?ActionName=ResetPassword&IdentificationDomain=mydomain.com&IdentificationAccount=jsmith&CurrentLanguage=en-US

  • The IdentificationAccountId is the GUID of a user account.
  • The WorkflowId and WorkflowShortName parameters identify a workflow. You can view the workflow identifier and name on the Administration site when the troubleshooting mode is on. For more information see Extensibility Features Overview.

The URL example:

<http://localhost/PMUser/EntryPoint/?ActionName=ResetPassword&IdentificationDomain=mydomain.com&IdentificationAccount=john.smith@domain.com&CurrentLanguage=en-US

Customization of Password Policies List

When a user changes or resets password on the Self-Service site, the password policy rules specified for the user's domain can be displayed on the page where the user is required to enter a new password.

To modify the list of password policy rules displayed on the Self-Service site, edit the rules specified for the domain on the Password Policies tab of the Administration site.

For more information, see Configuring Password Policy Rules.

Customization of Password Strength Meter

You can customize the Password strength meter on the Helpdesk site and Self-Service site.

To enable Password strength meter:

  • In the web.config file, set the value of PasswordStrengthMeterEnable to true as follows:

<appSettings>

<add key="PasswordStrengthMeterEnable" value="true"/>

</appSettings>

To disable Password strength meter, set the value of PasswordStrengthMeterEnable to false.

You can customize the text displaying the strength of the Password strength meter.

To customize the text:

  • In the Common.xml file present in the LocalizationStorage folder, you can modify values in the Resource Ids to display the required text:

<Resource Id="PasswordStrengthMeter.Text">

<Value><![CDATA[Password strength:]]></Value>

</Resource>

 

<Resource Id="PasswordStrengthMeter.VeryWeak">

<Value><![CDATA[Very weak]]></Value>

</Resource>

 

<Resource Id="PasswordStrengthMeter.Weak">

<Value><![CDATA[Weak]]></Value>

</Resource>

 

<Resource Id="PasswordStrengthMeter.Good">

<Value><![CDATA[Good]]></Value>

</Resource>

 

<Resource Id="PasswordStrengthMeter.Strong">

<Value><![CDATA[Strong]]></Value>

</Resource>

 

<Resource Id="PasswordStrengthMeter.VeryStrong">

<Value><![CDATA[Very strong]]></Value>

</Resource>

For more information, see Password Compliance .

Customization of User Name

Customization of User Name

You can customize the user name that is displayed on Self-Service site and Helpdesk site. You can configure to display either the display name or the sAMAccountName as the user name.

To set display name as user name:

  • In the web.config file, set the value of DisplayName to true as follows:

<add key="DisplayName" value="true"/>

To set display name as sAMAccountName:

  • In the web.config file, set the value of DisplayName to false as follows:

<add key="DisplayName" value="false"/>

 

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