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Archive Manager 5.4 - Administration Guide

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Logins

About logins

Archive Manager supports two types of logins:

The Archive Manager Directory Connector will generally keep your Directory Service logins in sync with their status in the directory (for example, Deleted or Disabled).

Mailboxes are automatically generated and associated with a login; however, Archive Manager also lets you add virtual mailboxes and associate them with logins.

Like mailboxes, some groups are automatically generated, and you can also create Archive Manager-specific groups that comprise specific logins or mailboxes.

Under normal conditions, logins are managed automatically through the Archive Manager Directory Connectors. However, Archive Manager provides the Login Administration page for manual management of user accounts, including the display name, email address, password, security role, and account activation.

Archive Manager uses 'mixed mode' security, which allows authentication of logins against either the Archive Manager database or, where applicable, a directory service such as Microsoft Active Directory.

Using an Exchange login

The following Archive Manager items are displayed on the Archive Manager login screen:

User Name: Enter the user name for the account you wish to use to sign in to Archive Manager.
Password: Enter the password for the account that you entered to sign in to Archive Manager.
Remember Login: Check this box if you want Archive Manager to remember the user name and domain the next time you sign in to Archive Manager from the machine you are currently using to sign in.
Login: Click this button to sign in to Archive Manager after entering your credentials.

If the user name for the account that you enter to sign in to Archive Manager is not unique because it appears in multiple domains, a domain drop-down list is displayed when you tab to or click in the Password box.

Domain: From the drop-down list, select the domain for the user you wish to use to sign in to Archive Manager.

Using a GroupWise login

To sign in to Archive Manager for GroupWise environments, enter your login credentials. The following items are displayed on the Archive Manager login screen:

User Name: Enter the user name for the account you wish to use to sign in to Archive Manager.
Password: Enter the password for the account that you entered to sign in to Archive Manager.
Remember Login: Check this box if you want Archive Manager to remember the user name and domain the next time you sign in to Archive Manager from the machine you are currently using to sign in.
Login: Click this button to sign in to Archive Manager after entering your credentials.

If the user name for the account that you use enter to sign in to Archive Manager is unique to one tree and one context, the login screen does not display the Tree and Context fields. If the user name for the account that you enter to sign in to Archive Manager is not unique because it appears in multiple trees and/or contexts, the Tree and Context fields are displayed when you tab to or click in the Password box.

Tree: In Novell Directory Services (NDS), the container objects and all the leaf objects that make up the hierarchical structure of the NDS database.
Context: Specify the complete path name for that NDS tree in the Context field.

If there are multiple trees and one context, a drop-down list is displayed in the Tree field and one context is displayed in the Context field. If there is one tree and multiple contexts, one tree is displayed in the Tree field and a drop-down list is displayed in the Context field.

If there are multiple trees and multiple contexts, drop-down lists are displayed in both the Tree and Context fields.

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