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This course offers theoretical and hands-on instruction in the administrative functions, operations, installation, and configuration tasks associated with the RSA Access Manager product. You will cover RSA Access Manager system architecture, server structure, integration of components into an enterprise infrastructure, user organization, and the importance of various configuration parameters. Hands-on labs allow you to work step-by-step through the phases of RSA Access Manager implementation and reinforce the tasks involved in creating a complete web access management solution.

Basic architecture and integration of RSA Access Manager in an enterprise environment
Processes and methodology for performing a successful installation and implementation of the core servers, data adapter, administrative console, and representative Agents
Management functions used for resource and end user administration
Perform typical administration functions to populate and configure users, administrators, and groups in an RSA Access Manager database
Configuration parameters used to tailor the RSA Access Manager components to accomplish specific tasks and functions
Establish entitlements and use RSA Access Manager Smart Rules to manage web access and protect resources in a classroom web environment
Perform system troubleshooting and analysis through the use of audit logs and user reports
Explore how runtime and administrative operations can be extended through the use of the API library
Familiarity with web and directory server or database technologies
Functional knowledge of OS and networking fundamentals
Who Can Benefit
System, security, and help desk personnel who need to install, deploy, and/or maintain RSA Access Manager

RSA Access Manager

RSA Access Manager and its Contribution to Access Management


RSA Access Manager Architecture

Functions of the Primary Servers, and Web and Application Server Agents
Data Flow for the Runtime and Administrative Operations
Fitting RSA Access Manager into a Distributed Security Model


Installation and Configuration

RSA Access Manager System Requirements and Pre-Installation Readiness Tasks
Installation Procedure, Options, and Recommended Practices
Installation of Access Manager Servers, LDAP Data Adapter, Administrative Console, and Web and Application Server Agents
Configuration of Web Server for Single Sign-On


Managing Resources

Protecting Resources (Web Sites, Applications, etc.) Using RSA Access Manager
Selectivity and Granularity in Various Situations
Registration of Web Servers
Applications
Virtual Web Server Hosts
Configuring of Web Server for Virtual Hosts


Delegated Administration

Administrative Structure that is Possible in an RSA Access Manager Installation
Using Administrative Groups and Ownership Hierarchy of Administrators, Users, and Objects
Administrative Roles and Responsibilities


Managing the Organization

Policy Control for User Authentication and Passwords
Methodology of Structuring Users, Groups, User Attributes, and Properties
Creating of User Properties and Addition of Users to Groups


Resource Protection and Authentication

Using Authentication Methods to Protect Resources
Form-Based vs. Challenge/Response Authentication
Chaining and Combining Forms
Defining Resources to Allow Granular Protection
Using RSA Access Manager Entitlements and Smart Rules to Selectively Manage Access to Resources
Managing Conflicts Among Smart Rules and Between Smart Rules and Entitlements
Configuring Access Manager for External Authentication and URL Retention


Troubleshooting

Log Files and Using special configuration parameters to Control Log Detail
Configuring of Servers for Centralized Logging
Configuring of Network Management
Approaches to User and System Troubleshooting


Development Tools

Various Runtime, Administrative, and Web Agent Extension API Tools that are Available
Examination and implementation of JAVA coding examples


Single Sign-On

Function and Objectives of Creating a Single Sign-On Environment
Differences and Challenges of 'Intra-' vs. 'Inter-' Site Single Sign-On
Configuring of Access Manager for SSO and ISSO


Distributed Authorization

In addition to lecture and demonstrations, this course includes hands-on exercises which are designed to give you practical experience.

Audience

  • Security Administrators
  • System Administrators

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