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Eenterprise directoryA directory of user accounts that defineIBM Security Access Manager forEnterprise Single Sign-On users. Itvalidates user credentials during sign-upand logon, if the password issynchronized with the enterprise directorypassword. An example of an enterprisedirectory is Active Directory.enterprise single sign-on (ESSO)A mechanism that allows users to log onto all applications deployed in theenterprise by entering a user ID and othercredentials, such as a password.ESSOSee enterprise single sign-on.event codeA code that represents a specific eventthat is tracked and logged into the auditlog tables.FfailoverAn automatic operation that switches to aredundant or standby system or node inthe event of a software, hardware, ornetwork interruption.fast user switchingA feature that allows users to switchbetween user accounts on a singleworkstation without quitting and loggingout of applications.Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS)A standard produced by the NationalInstitute of Standards and Technologywhen national and international standardsare nonexistent or inadequate to satisfythe U.S. government requirements.FIPSSee Federal Information ProcessingStandard.fix packA cumulative collection of fixes that isreleased between scheduled refresh packs,manufacturing refreshes, or releases. A fixpack updates the system to a specificmaintenance level.FQDNSee fully qualified domain name.fully qualified domain name (FQDN)In Internet communications, the name ofa host system that includes all of thesubnames of the domain name. Anexample of a fully qualified domain nameis rchland.vnet.ibm.com. See also hostname.GGINASee graphical identification andauthentication.GPOSee group policy object.graphical identification and authentication(GINA)A dynamic link library that provides auser interface that is tightly integratedwith authentication factors and providespassword resets and second factor bypassoptions.group policy object (GPO)A collection of group policy settings.Group policy objects are the documentscreated by the group policy snap-in.Group policy objects are stored at thedomain level, and they affect users andcomputers contained in sites, domains,and organizational units.HHASee high availability.high availability (HA)The ability of IT services to withstand alloutages and continue providingprocessing capability according to somepredefined service level. Covered outagesinclude both planned events, such asmaintenance and backups, and unplannedevents, such as software failures,hardware failures, power failures, anddisasters.host nameIn Internet communication, the namegiven to a computer. The host namemight be a fully qualified domain namesuch as mycomputer.city.company.com, orit might be a specific subname such asmycomputer. See also fully qualifieddomain name, IP address.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Nimalendran,Mahendrarajah
Tags
Two factor authentication, One time password, Security token, Security Access Manager

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