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Hi All,   Ujwol emmle02   I've to setup another environment which is for CA SSO 12.6 and all the components should be on 64 bit.  I downloaded the following setups for the same:   ca-ps-12.6-sp01-win64-64 adminui-pre-req-12.6-sp01-win64-64 But these installers are throwing the below described error.:- Is this because of 32bit /64bit variance… (Show more)
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We have installed IIS Web agent for Windows Server 2012 R2 Core. It's working fine without any issues but we don't see it as listed on product matrix.   We checked with CA Support and their response was "The webagent [minimum of SP1 CR2 as per PSM] is expected to work on  Windows 2012 R2 "core" as there does not seem to be any change in the way…
I am trying to figure out when the smtext cookie is created. Can we use this cookie to return an error message back to the application with OOTB webagent and policy server.   Documented at  Customizing the Policy Server    Thanks
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We are actually looking for the webagent need to be installed on Windows 2014 & 2016 which is currently unavailable. Please let us know if any alternate webagent we can use it for this requirement.
Develop/compile new versions of agents for Windows 2016: - sm-wa-iis-12.0-sp3-cr012-win64 - IIS 64 och 32 bits (as most are running both on same server) - smwa-12.0-sp3-cr012-win64 as 12.52 versions of these
We have deployed an application on a load-balanced, auto-scaling cluster of web servers (Apache 2.4) using Amazon Web Services. We are installing and configuring web agents with unattended/silent option on AWS cloud. Due to web server auto scale up approach (based on load on web servers), MANY (not sure on count) trusted host registrations will…
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Please update the Perl CLI API to include the Partnership Federation Model   My company is trying to write an auditing script that will fetch all the domain and partnership names. This is to ensure we know what is where. We found that the domain side was quick and easy to script, but that the APIs for the Partnership model does not exist.  …
We would like to have Policy Server 12.52 certified with edirectory 9.x (user store, policy store)
Hi, When I read the document, I found that there are two concept which are confused me. that is application and domain. Seems they all controll the access to the target server. So what's the difference of that? does I need to configure them all to get Single-Sign On? Thanks.
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