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How to Create Default Rules For Policy Domains CoreID Access 7.0.4 (Doc ID 401983.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

COREid Access - Version: 7.0.4 and later   [Release: and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 31-May-2010***


The purpose of this document is to walk you thru the steps on how to create Default Rules for COREid Access Policy Domain 7.0.4 using COREid Identity that is configured with iPlanet 6.0 as the WebServer and SunONE 5.2 as the directory server.

Installing and setting up COREid Access requires:
1.   Installing Access Manager
2.   Completing Browser-Based Setup of the Access Manager
3.   Installing Access Server
4.   Installing WebGate

This note is part of the Master << Note 398544.1:>>   How To Configure/Setup COREid 7.0.4 Using SuneOne 5.2 as the Directory Server and iPlanet 6.0 as the Web Server.

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1. iPlanet and SunOne are confiured and working fine.

2. COREid Identity is configured with iPlanet and SunONE successfully. Please see Section one of the Master
<< Note 398544.1:>> How To Configure/Setup COREid 7.0.4 Using SuneOne 5.2 as the Directory Server and iPlanet 6.0 as the Web Server .

3. <> How to Install and Configure CoreID Access 7.0.4

4. <> How to Configure CoreID Access Settings 7.0.4

5. <> How to Manage CoreID Access 7.0.4

6. <> How to Create Policy Domain CoreID Access 7.0.4

7. <> How to Create Autorization Rules For Policy Domains CoreID


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In this Document
     Creating Default Rules for Policy Domains
     To Create a Default Authentication Rule
     To Create A Simple Authorization Expression
     To Create a Default Auditing Rule
     Test Your Rules
     To Create an Authentication Action
     Test Your Rules
     Add Default Rules to Sales Policy Domain
     Add Basic Authentication to the Partner Policy Domain
     Add an Authorization Expression to the Partner Policy domain
     Test The Custom Authorization rule

Platforms: 1-914CU;

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