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Legacy Single Sign-On: Novell, Evidian, IBM, PassGo, or Computer Associates?
As the complexity of enterprise systems increases, users are often forced to remember more and more passwords. As the demand on users increases, many users

linux helpdesk  Windows 2000, Solaris, and Linux server platforms. Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Linux, and Citrix are supported clients, as are thin terminal server clients What's so impressive about Novell's single sign-on product is that the core product runs at the client end. Only the actual database runs on the server. According to Novell, this configuration means that there is no limit to the number of supported clients or to the number of passwords that can be stored. Additionally,

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