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Implement the use of LDAP without the need of IBM External Authentication Server
In order to implement the use of LDAP for authenticating to Control Center, it is a requirement to use IBM External Authentication Server. There should be a way of doing so without implementing another product that has be installed, configured, an...
Control Center needs the ability to pull account passwords from a corporate password manager/vault
Connect:Direct and Control Center need the ability to pull account passwords from a corporate password manager/vault as application to application accounts should not require human maintenance or upkeep. This reduces the overhead and increases the...
It should be possible for Control Center to handle multiple SSL/TLS keys in its keystore
Currently can Control Center only work with one unique key in its keystore. When using SEAS authentication this certificate must be defined with both Server and Client Authentication Enhanced Key Usage (EKU).
It should be possible (as any other c...
Allow ICC to authenticate users via group membership (eg. using SEAS)
Typical enterprises do not define individual user accounts and groups to every application, as is currently required for ICC.Instead, user accounts and groups within an LDAP directory (such as Active Directory) are used and the applications recogn...
Password security controls for ICC administrator/user interface using local authentication are not sufficient:
Minimum password length can’t be enforced.
Passwords expiration can’t be enforced.
Password complexity settings don't exist
Admin/User accounts within IBM Control Center cant be disabled/removed after a specified period of inactivity in compliance with the security procedure
Risks: Application parameter settings that do not automatically disable and/or remove use...
More than one external authentication setup within Control Center
Within SEAS you can specify multiple authentication definitions that can contain different attribute query definitions however within control center you can only setup one external authentication server.
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