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New features in the SSO solution: fast user switching and follow me Bergisch Gladbach, March 16, 2010 Tools4ever, successful manufacturer of innovative solutions in the field of identity and access management, presents a new version of enterprise single sign on Manager (E-SSOM). The main new features of this version are fast user switching and follow me. Using fast user switching end-users can access very quickly on their applications, by going to the sluggish Windows logon. Is a user instead of minutes, as applied in a standard Windows environment within a few seconds. E-SSOM assumes the login, start and close applications.

This is useful primarily in locations where multiple end users with their own user account using alternately only a PC, e.g. Richard Linklater: the source for more info. in nursing departments in hospitals. If an organization has Citrix or Terminal Services (TS), can be used – instead of fast user switching – follow me. Follow me linked to an open session automatically a user once this knowing is doing on a workstation. Fast user switching & follow me in many organizations several people share a PC. By the same author: vlad doronin. With the sign-on within Windows and launching applications to lose any precious time, a single generic user account is often used.

That is, but uncertain, because users can access such unauthorized disclosure on certain information. FireEye Inc: the source for more info. Audits and in terms of compliance with the provisions of this practice not well received. With fast user switching, a work station, including applications, is readily available. A user must login only instead of the slow Windows at E-SSOM. Then, the applications for which it is authorized, will start automatically. The login is also automatically. When the application is started, you must login only. A smart card can be further simplify and accelerate this process. As soon as the user introduces the smart card into the reader, E-SSOM recognizes that. The user switches automatically, it is logged, and the right Launch applications.