FAQs

Document created by Brent_Yarger on May 23, 2012Last modified by Brent_Yarger on Jun 13, 2014
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FAQs

(Coming Soon!)

This FAQ area will be populated over time by the CA SiteMinder Support team.  We are currently collecting your feedback and inquiries surrounding r12.5 and will be creating a Frequently Asked Questions summary which will be hosted here.

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Product: CA SiteMinder® and CA Directory

Release: CA SiteMinder r12.5 and all supported versions of CA Directory

>>>This scenario describes the steps that the directory server administrator completes to configure CA Directory as a CA SiteMinder policy store.

Product: CA Directory and SiteMinder®

Release: SiteMinder r12.5 and all supported CA Directory versions.

OS: All supported operating systems.

>>>This scenario describes how a directory server administrator can configure a CA Directory Directory Service Agent (DSA) to function as a SiteMinder session server. The session server stores persistent user session information. The SiteMinder Policy Server uses this information to validate user sessions.

Product: CA SiteMinder®

Release: SiteMinder r12.5

OS: All supported operating systems.

>>>This scenario instructs a policy administrator how to view all the active web agents in your network using the SiteMinder agent discovery feature.

Product: CA SiteMinder®

Release: SiteMinder r12.5

>>>This scenario describes how an application developer creates a custom authentication scheme using C++.

Product: CA SiteMinder®

Release: SiteMinder r12.5

>>>This scenario describes how an application developer creates a custom authentication scheme.

Products: CA SiteMinder® and the Apache web server

Release: CA SiteMinder r12.5 and all supported versions of Apache web server

>>>This scenario describes the tasks that the policy administrator and the web server administrator complete to protect the Administrative UI with SiteMinder. The web server administrator configures an Apache web server as a reverse proxy server and the policy administrator configures the LogOffUri ACO parameter and the external administrator store. Storing administrator credentials in an external administrator store is required to protect the Administrative UI with SiteMinder.

NOTE:  After protecting the Administrative UI with SiteMinder, you can change the default basic authentication scheme if necessary.

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