You can configure NetIQ Access Manager (NAM) to act as Reverse Proxy service for CE site when using theoption. This helps you provide the ease of single sign-on and establish a trusted relationship with the Access Gateway. Using CE in conjunction with NetIQ Access Manager adds enterprise-level security to your Filr system.
When a user performs Online Edit on a file, the Online Edit session (Filr) communicates to CE Via NAM.
Log in to the NAM Administration Console.
Under, click .
In the NAGGlobalOptions noURLNormalize=on.window, add
Add this option to ensure that CE works with NAM.
Click <Name of the Reverse Proxy> that you have created.> > >
Under thecreate a new proxy service for CE. For example, CE_edit
Select the proxy service (CE_edit) that you created in Step 4.
In the> , select .
In the AllowEncodedSlashes NoDecode., specify
This option ensures that files can be downloaded with CE.
Enable the option.
Web Server Trusted Root: Select.
Connect Port: Specify the value.
HTML rewriter profile was created for Filr, the same is used for CE. No need to create a new one.
Create a new protected resource. For example, edit_public.
Select Authentication Procedure as Contracts: None.
In the URL Path list, add two new paths. For example, /loleaflet/* and /lool/*.
To apply all your changes, click> , then click .
Perform the following steps, to add the DNS hostname of the CE appliance that was configured in NAM.
Login to Filr: https://filr_appliance_ip_or_dns:8443/.
To access the Administration Console, click on.
Under> , specify the as the NAM hostname for CE.
This is thethat you have configured for CE on the NAM server.
This works with the Filr 4 and later servers.
Perform the following steps, to add the DNS hostname of the Filr appliance that was configured in NAM.
Login to CE: https://content_editor_appliance_ip_or_dns:9443/.
In thefield, specify the NAM hostname for Filr.
This is thethat you have configured for Filr on the NAM server.
When a user performs Online Edit on a file, the Online Edit session (Filr) communicates to CE via NAM. The URL of the Online Edit session is shown accessing via NAM for CE.