The central server is not a hardware appliance but a software service that is installed on a Windows member server. The central server manages the definition of application profiles, the login data of end users per application and audit data, and is managed via E-SSOM console.
|Automated Login (AL)||This basic module ensures that a user need only login once. Then for each application, Automated Login automatically authenticates the end users without them having to enter their credentials again.|
|Authentication Management (AM)||This module provides two-factor authentication (2FA) and replaces the regular Windows login credentials with a card with a PIN code. The various types of physical recognition supported are cryptographic cards, USB tokens, certificates, active RFID and biometrics.
Features include customizable complexity of PIN, linking with existing access systems and a delegation module so that managers can self reset their PINs.
|SSO Anywhere||SSO Anywhere offers employees who work outside of the organizations network to login only once and have access to all applications in the network and in the cloud. The end user simply logs in to SSO Anywhere with the username and password as it is set up in Active Directory.|
|Virtual Desktop Automation (VDA)||The use of desktop virtualization has many benefits including Fast User Switching. This allows multiple employees to quickly login and out of their applications on a workstation (PC kiosk) and easily eliminates the need for shared user accounts. Another advantage is the simple inclusion of sessions from desktop to desktop (Follow Me). The user simply places their access card on the reader and the VDA module automatically re-connects with the open session.|
|Self-service password reset (SPR)||Allows end users to reset their own password without the intervention of the helpdesk. The end user simply authenticates themselves by correctly answering challenge questions. The SPR module is integrated in the Active Directory Windows login screen, but is also available for web interfaces, such as Outlook Web Access, Intranet portal, etc.|