If you're new to PortSight Secure Access this guide will help you become familiar with it. The guide consists of the following chapters:
This chapter explains the PortSight Secure Access features and typical tasks you can use it for.
If you're interested in the architecture of the system and its components read this chapter.
Contains list of changes, new features and fixed bugs in previous versions.
Feature comparison of available editions of PortSight Secure Access.
Before you start developing with PortSight Secure Access you need to install it on your computer or server.
The Catalog Manager allows you to deploy and maintain several Secure Access databases (catalogs). This chapter describes typical operations you can use the Catalog Manager for.
This chapter will guide you through import of external data from Active Directory, Windows NT domains and ODBC data sources.
This chapter explains basic security issues - authentication, authorization and auditing and shows you how you can use PortSight Secure Access to secure your Web applications. It also describes how to leverage pre-built user controls delivered with this product. It contains step-by-step samples including Visual Basic.NET and C# code. After reading this chapter you will be able to implement all main features of the PortSight Secure Access component into your application.
This chapter contains documentation of the PortSight Secure Access user interface for developers and administrators.
This is a reference of the ASP.NET user controls you can re-use in your applications integrated with PortSight Secure Access.
This appendix describes Web.config parameters used by the PortSight Secure Access Web user interface and user controls.
This chapter contains list of special records in the PortSight Secure Access database.
Configuration settings for the import.exe utility that runs import from external directories, such as Active Directory.
This chapter contains detailed information related to X.509 Certificates configuration.
List of X.509 Certificates included in the PortSight Secure Access installation.
Description of all exceptions that may be returned by the ARWebService.
Description of PortSight Secure Access user controls for WinForms applications.
Recommendations for databases containing more than 50 000 user accounts.
Articles on frequently asked questions and solving common issues.