Demo: Additional Demos

by dimikagi

Here’s a list of some other recorded demos that are currently residing on www.idmwizard.com, but tucked away.  Instead of keeping the links to myself, I figured it would be easier to post them all up.  Most do not have audio so don’t be alarmed.  Enjoy.

First, some Defender demos – there is no audio on these and the titles should be self explanatory:

Defender
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/1_Initial_Installation/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/2_Server_and_Token_Licensing/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/3_Initial_Setup/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/4_Admin_Token_Assignment/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/5_Reporting_Installation/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/6_Self_Service_Site_Installation/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/7_User_Self_Service_Token_Assignment/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/8_User_Radius_Login/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/9_Defender_User_and_Authentication_Reporting/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/10_Desktop_Token_Installation/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/11_Desktop_Token_User_Activation/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/12_Desktop_Token_Usage/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Defender/13_GINA_Installation_and_Logon/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/DefenderDesktopToken/index.html

Next, are some demos of Quest’s ESSO product.  The first one is pretty quick, and has no audio:
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/esso_personal_gmail/index.html

This next one shows integration between Quest’s ESSO, and the ActiveRoles Server Quick Connect module where a user is created from a CSV file and then the same user logs into Windows, registers with ESSO and is able to get SSO to the app afterwards:
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/QARS-QC-and-ESSO/QARS-QC-and-ESSO.html

There are then a bunch of VAS videos, again with no audio:
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-01-preflight/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-02-install_and_join/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-03-installation_of_quest_ssh_and_getting_sso_through_it/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-04-unix_enable_user_and_group-password_change-sso_via_ssh/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-05-sudo_group_policy_usage_and_config/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-06-file_copy_policy_with_replacement_macro/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-07-access_controls_via_user_files/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-08-access_controls_via_windows_group_policy/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-09-self_enrollment-automatic_local_to_AD_mapping/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-10-installing_vasyp_proxy-getting_yp_maps_from_AD/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-11-using_the_nis_editor/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-12-importing_a_new_nis_map_via_windows/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-13-importing_a_new_nis_map_via_unix_nisedit/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas/vas35-14-importing_and_enabling_users_with_vastool_load/index.html

People often have questions on what the VAS install looks like on the mac – here are 2 videos of that:
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas35_mac_install/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vas35_mac_install_manual/index.html

Here is VAS’ self-enrollment feature on Solaris 10:
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/Sol10-VASSelfEnrollment/Sol10-VASSelfEnrollment.html

Barry G also did some recordings for the Java Single Sign-On Product, VSJ here:
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vsj/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/VSJ-ADFSFlash/VSJ-ADFS/index.html
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/vsj_PetStore/index.html

(I particularly like Petstore since it was my idea – 😀 )

Paul H recorded a really slick (but poor in audio) demo of using Quest InSync to reset a Lotus Notes password (including the notes.id file!):

http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/NotesQPMandInSync.avi

Finally, there’s a pretty long (30 minute) video of configuring Webthority with a fictitious site called ‘SkySurf.’  This was done for internal consultants, but may be helpful if you’re looking to see how to configure Webthority:
http://www.idmwizard.com/quest/WebthoritySkySurf/index.html

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