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Well lately there has been a flurry of NAM related Cool Solutions
articles posted. Some really interesting so I thought I would let
everyone know about them:

'How to Integrate NetIQ Access Manager with Google Authenticator for
two-factor authentication' (http://tinyurl.com/mdgvnm9) -- Wow 2nd
factor authentication for free?!! I want some of that!

'Forcing NetIQ Access Manager logins to be processed by NetIQ SSPR'
(http://tinyurl.com/o3sl9jg) -- Since this article is about Self-Service
Password Reset (SSPR), did you know that NetIQ SSPR v3.0 was released
the past July? It sure was and if you own NAM you have entitlement to
use it - for free! - that includes support (per your purchase
agreement)! Contact your sales rep for more info. SSPR v3.0 is a new
version with loads of new features and will look very familiar to those
familiar with the super popular PWM open source project. So if you are
using PWM, now you can use SSPR v3.0 and get full support from NetIQ!

'NetIQ Access Manager Javascript Injection Policies'
(http://tinyurl.com/oxeffwk) -- Ever wish that if you could use NAM to
inject a a bit of javascript then you could make NAM dance? Well NAM
3.2.2 added this feature. This is a handy feature when dealing with a
nasty Form Fill scenario.

'How to Integrate NetIQ Access Manager with external OAuth Providers'
(http://tinyurl.com/mmvqn8k) -- Talk about BYOI (Bring your own
identity)! Here is a way to authenticate to NAM using your Social
Identity. This may not be for everyone, but for customer facing NAM
implementations this is way kewl!

'NetIQ Access Manager Adding External Data to SAML Assertions'
(http://tinyurl.com/lh6e5l4) -- Federation and SaaS integration with NAM
is all the rage lately. But not all of the data you need or want to send
to your SaaS provider is in your LDAP user store used with NAM. This
article points you to a way to do this without deploying IDM to
synchronized that data into your LDAP user store.

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