Supported User Interfaces - Hitachi ID Password Manager
Hitachi ID Password Manager supports several user interface mechanisms:
- Transparent password synchronization is initiated from a native
password change on a variety of existing systems, including
Windows server or Active Directory (32-bit, 64-bit), Sun LDAP, IBM LDAP,
Oracle Internet Directory, Unix (various), z/OS and iSeries (AS/400).
- Password Manager can invite users to register and notify users of
events relating to their profiles, by sending e-mails, by
opening a web browser from a network login script or by
sending Windows popup messages to users who have signed into
- Users can manage their passwords and authentication profiles
using any web browser (desktop, smart phone, tablet, etc.), using an
HTML web interface. The Password Manager web interface is compatible
with reverse web proxies and can be load balanced across a
replicated Password Manager servers.
Users who forget their passwords can dial an IVR system with any
telephone and initiate a password reset. Authentication using either
touch-tone entry of personal secret information or using voice print
verification is supported. Existing IVR systems can be extended
using a Password Manager remote API or Hitachi ID Telephone Password Manager -- a turn-key IVR
system specifically designed for password resets.
- Users who forget their network login password can launch a
kiosk-mode web browser from the desktop login screen. This
can be done using any of several methods: