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Novell setup for passive registration

This setup can be used for network users. The following steps are only necessary on a PC platform:

  1. Copy the files listed below from FortiNAC /bsc/campusMgr/ui/runTime/config/ldap to the directory from which the scripts are run.

    sendLogIn.vbs and sendLogOut.vbs

    Set the permissions on all copied files to read and execute for all.

  2. To receive traps from the scripts, you must have the latest versions of snmptrap.exe and libsnmp.dll on the directory server in the same directory that contains the scripts. These two files are part of a package that can be downloaded and installed on your directory server from http://www.net-snmp.org/download.html . Select the latest binaries. From the list of download files select the file that is in the following format: net-snmp-<version number>.exe.

  3. Configure the "Login Script" attribute in all users and groups within the directory to use the following:

    sendLogIn.vbs

    This is done by setting the "Login Script" attribute to either sendLogIn.vbs or gscLogin.vbs depending on your users.

    See Novell's users guide for detailed instructions: http://www.novell.com/documentation/edir873/index.html

Novell setup for passive registration

This setup can be used for network users. The following steps are only necessary on a PC platform:

  1. Copy the files listed below from FortiNAC /bsc/campusMgr/ui/runTime/config/ldap to the directory from which the scripts are run.

    sendLogIn.vbs and sendLogOut.vbs

    Set the permissions on all copied files to read and execute for all.

  2. To receive traps from the scripts, you must have the latest versions of snmptrap.exe and libsnmp.dll on the directory server in the same directory that contains the scripts. These two files are part of a package that can be downloaded and installed on your directory server from http://www.net-snmp.org/download.html . Select the latest binaries. From the list of download files select the file that is in the following format: net-snmp-<version number>.exe.

  3. Configure the "Login Script" attribute in all users and groups within the directory to use the following:

    sendLogIn.vbs

    This is done by setting the "Login Script" attribute to either sendLogIn.vbs or gscLogin.vbs depending on your users.

    See Novell's users guide for detailed instructions: http://www.novell.com/documentation/edir873/index.html