How to Create a Target Device in Privileged Access Manager (PAM) from the Remote CLI

The Symantec Privileged Access Manager Remote CLI (Command Line Interface) allows administrators to manage a PAM Appliance remotely from a client system by executing specific commands and batch scripts.  Prerequisites  The remoteCLI must be installed, configured and connected to your PAM Appliance Navigate the %CAPAM_CLI% directory from the command line on the client system Tip:

How to Install the Remote CLI for Symantec Privileged Access Manager (PAM)

Credential Manager Remote Command-line Interface The Credential Manager CLI enables programmatic access to the password management functions of the Credential Manager. The CLI also provides access to a limited set of maintenance operations. You can issue a command, or a script of commands, from a Windows or UNIX/Linux command line. The commands available to a user

How to Generate CSR from PAM UI and Install Certificates to a Cluster

As an administrator, you request a certificate from a third party to secure communication with your Privileged Access Manager server. For productions environments, you request a certificate from a third party. You can also Create a Self-Signed Certificate for testing environments. Generating a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) requires more steps and might involve a cost.

The Complete Guide to Broadcom Layer7 API Management as 2020’s Leader Compass

The Complete Guide to Broadcom Layer7 API Management as 2020’s Leader Compass

Article By: Tiffany Kongpachith Broadcom strives to adapt and innovate new ways for the consumers, partners, vendors, etc. API Management is a growing field of advancements for the future. All the information mentioned in this document are referencing what is to come and what to expect in terms of all the APIM products. Additionally, new

How to Setup Custom Login Page While Using Symantec SiteMinder Directives

Article By: Tiffany Kongpachith Corporations can sometimes want to have their own custom login page with their own branding, their own layout for the authentication look and feel, provide any embedded links for redirections, as well as still give the user the Single Sign-On experience. If companies already have Symantec SiteMinder in place as a

Symantec SiteMinder- Federating with Amazon AWS

Symantec SiteMinder: Federating with Amazon AWS

This guide is intended to explain how to establish a federation partnership with Amazon AWS using Symantec SiteMinder. The below instructions will walk through a step-by-step process to set up entities in Symantec SiteMinder, create the Partnership, create the Amazon AWS objects, and set up the users to log in.  Prerequisites Federation capabilities are deployed

How to Troubleshoot a Service in the Layer7 API Gateway

How to Troubleshoot a Service in the Layer7 API Gateway

Article By: Eunice Mushawatu When publishing, managing, and maintaining application programming interfaces (APIs); running into issues every so often is to be expected, especially in the development and staging phases. The Layer7 API Gateway provides a centralized place for all APIs in an organization. It provides the advantage of a single point of entry for

Exposing a SOAP Service as a RESTful Service

Article By: Eunice Mushawatu SOAP – REST Transformation Consuming Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) APIs is difficult for app developers working with web and mobile applications. Many of the older platforms built on SOAP APIs were not designed for integration via the web or to be consumed the way we use Representational State Transfer (REST)

How to Create Symantec SiteMinder Solutions Systemd Scripts on Linux_UNIX

How to Create Symantec SiteMinder Solutions Systemd Scripts on Linux/UNIX

Article By: Tiffany Kongpachith Systemd is a Linux system tool that includes various features including a bootstrapping system used to start and manage system processes. These systemd scripts make it easy to start, stop, or restart your script, as well as configure it to start automatically on boot. In this document, user will be able

A Beginner’s Guide to the ETAUTIL ADD Command Line Function

A Beginner’s Guide to the ETAUTIL ADD Command Line Function

Article By: Adarian Dunmeyer The Provisioning Server is the LDAP server that manages additional accounts that are assigned to an Identity Manager user. The Provisioning Server also contains provisioning roles and account templates that create and manage global users across Identity Manager to endpoint accounts. ETAUTIL is a command line utility that allows users to