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To start an RDP session on a Microsoft Windows 2000 server that is a domain controller, the user must be added in the domain controller policy to act as part of the operating system. The information displayed in the Novell Secure Login About window is created at login.
A change applied to the user’s Database mode is not updated in the user’s About window display until after the next login.
This release of Novell Secure Login introduces support for Novell e Directory™ groups.
Novell Secure Login preferences can now be applied at the group level, in addition to the container and user level support provided in the earlier releases.
For details, see the In this version, the approach for language support is different from the previous versions of Novell Secure Login.
In the earlier versions, the user was prompted to choose a language for the setup during the installation.
If user is logging in to the workstation with a smart card, the smart card preference must be selected at installation even if the administrator sets preferences in Novell Secure Login.
For Active Directory* installations using the Microsoft Group Policy Object functionality, Novell Secure Login now allows administrators to see the effective set of single sign-on settings that are applied through the group policies.
Groups are configured at the container or the organizational unit level.
This requires that the Microsoft Group Policy Management Console be installed on the administration workstation.
For more information, see the This release of Novell Secure Login automates the published application single sign-on process for Citrix* published applications.
This release of Novell Secure Login introduces some more Preference options that can be applied through any of the Administrative Management utilities: i Manager, Microsoft Management Console, or SLManager.
These are administrative preferences only, not user preferences.