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- System Security
- Encryption of configuration file settings
- Encryption of operator passwords
- Encryption of client keystore passwords
- Inactivity timer
- Lockout feature
- System quiesce: Login restrictions
- Mandanten file security
- Multicompany mode
- Script utilities
- Security tables
- Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption and server certificates
- TLS 1.2 Support and Configuration
- Trusted sign-on
- Common Access Card (CAC) sign-on
- FIPS mode
You can configure HPE Service Manager clients to automatically log on using the same authentication information as users entered when they logged onto their client workstation's operating system. When you enable trusted sign-on, users bypass the Service Manager logon screen and directly enter the application.
In a trusted sign-on scenario the Service Manager server grants access to clients only if the following conditions are met.
- The user's logon credentials match an existing operator record in Service Manager or a valid LDAP source that Service Manager recognizes.
- A trusted authentication authority, such as the operating system, validates that the user's logon credentials are valid.
The client (Service Manager Web Tier or Windows) must present a signed SSL certificate.
The following figure depicts the connection process between a Web server, a Web application server, and the Service Manager application server:
- The Web server receives the user information from the client via the browser, and passes the user name and domain name to the Web application server.
- The Web application server (such as Tomcat, WebSphere®, or WebLogic Server®) acts as a client, and communicates with the Service Manager application server.
- The Service Manager application server also checks whether the user was authenticated by a valid domain. Local machine authentication is not accepted; if attempted the Service Manager server will reject such a request.
Example: Enabling trusted sign-on
Example: Generating a client certificate with OpenSSL
Example: Generating a server certificate with OpenSSL
Example: Viewing the contents of a cacerts file
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption and server certificates
Requirements for optional SSL encryption
Requirements for required SSL encryption
Requirements for required SSL encryption and client authentication
Requirements for required SSL encryption and trusted clients
Windows client error: No trusted certificate found
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