Novell’s NMAS (Novell Modular Authentication Service) is a component of eDirectory which provides advanced options regarding login methods and user rights to protect your networks most valuable information.
The Secugen Enterprise NMAS method is a software package which adds fingerprint security to your eDirectory service via NMAS. You can replace a login password with a fingerprint – thus requiring users to prove their identity rather than their knowledge of a password which could have been lost, stolen, forgotten or shared.
Administration of all fingerprint profiles are managed through the existing ConsoleOne utility that manages all network resources – so no new training is required. The login process takes place in Secugens highly intuitive and easy-to-use UI.
Adding this functionality to your network will save administration costs as passwords will no longer need to be reset. This solution integrates seamlessly and requires no coding what-so-ever. Administrators can choose to do monitored enrolment or provide an automated service to users, and up-to 10 fingerprints per person can be added to prevent any problems caused by finger or hand injury.
The Secugen NMAS login method starter pack comes in at only £169.99 (excl. VAT & delivery) and is compatible with all Secugen hardware. You can either add a USB fingerprint scanner like the Secugen Hamster Plus to each terminal, or why not consider replacing the keyboard or mouse with a built-in fingerprint version? EG/ The Secugen Optimouse Plus or the Secugen Keyboard Plus.
For more information about the Secugen NMAS login method and to buy, visit the product page here.
The Starter pack comes with 10 user licenses, additional licenses can also be purchased here.