HP IMC User Access Management Software

Product overview

IMC User Authentication Manager (UAM) software is an IMC module that supports user identity authentication based on the access policies associated with infrastructure resources, such as routers, switches, and servers. UAM software extends management to wired, wireless, and remote network users, enabling the integration, correlation, and collaboration of network device management and user management on a single unified platform.
  • One central database of users and available services
  • Advanced reporting capabilities
  • Directory of network-attached devices and endpoints
  • Supports IEEE 802.1X/EAP/PAP/CHAP/MS-CHAP/MS-CHAPv2
  • Access to LDAP-compliant directory services

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What's new

IMC User Access Manager v7 includes a concurrent licensing model, customizable portal pages, and improved guest manager functions.

  • Concurrent user licensing model accommodate a fluid employee presence at the workplace.
  • Customizable portal pages to reflect your companies brand.

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You must have the Enterprise or Standard version of IMC installed prior to installing the User Access Management module.

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Management

  • Centralized access user management — provides centralized policy creation to set the appropriate access rights for each type of user and device across the network; access-user-related management functions are integrated into a user-friendly interface for easy operation; user management includes authentication binding policy, security policy, and access control policy; additionally, policies can be set for concurrent sessions and proxy servers
  • NEW Centralized resource management of devices and users — provides centralized maintenance of basic user information, such as name, contact information, and user group; this supplemental information function allows user data to be customized as needed, such as student ID and grade for campus networks, or department and title for enterprise networks. Also supports multiple instances of the HP Intelligent Management Center User Access Management (UAM) Software under a single IMC Platform instance.
  • Endpoint identity — provides identification of all endpoints across the network with centralized access policies; the module leverages existing user directories and groups, including support for Active Directory, LDAP, and RADIUS; in addition to user name credentials, smart card and certificate authentication are supported; an administrator can set devices/users into roles for specifying access levels; in addition, UAM administrators can be assigned to set policies only for specific roles
  • Device fingerprinting — network-agnostic device fingerprinting capabilities based on HTTP+MAC+DHCP device recognition
  • Auto-MAC registration — Simple Network Access Control (SNAC) enhanced with auto-MAC registration capabilities
  • Integration of device and user management — administrators can view users by different categories, such as location (access device), which improves troubleshooting and reporting, and can select a device and perform access operations like dropping a user; any online user can view details (e.g., alarms, performance) of the access device, reducing help desk calls; integrating network device and user data into a common interface simplifies deployment and aids in both device and user management
  • Multiple access authentication modes — HP IMC UAM Software supports authentication modes like IEEE 802.1X, VPN, portal, and wireless access identity modes like PAP, CHAP, EAP-MD5, EAP-TLS, and PEAP to fit into applications with different security requirements; access users can be bound with hardware information, such as device IP address, access port, VLAN, user IP address, and user MAC address, to help ensure secure authentication and prevent account spoofing and illegal access
  • Various rights control measures for stricter access control — policies can be time or location specific, and can include bandwidth limitations or a set number of concurrent user sessions; the system can be used to prevent IP spoofing and address conflicts; to prevent the spread of corporate information without permission, administrators can disable the use of multiple NICs or dial-up networks, and monitor or block access to USB or CD drives
  • Intensive user monitor — the powerful blacklist management function helps administrators blacklist users that have made malicious login attempts, and track the MAC/IP addresses of such users; administrators can monitor online users in real time and prohibit unauthorized users from having access; authentication failures are logged for analysis; in addition, administrators can notify online users of such things as pending disconnections for system updates
  • Flexible adjustment of service and environmental parameters — the system, policy service, running and certificate authentication parameters, user prompt, client autorun task, and password strategy can all be configured
  • Integrated access device management — the access device configuration can interact with the IMC Software access control list manager for fast deployment of user access services; the access devices come with links to their details, including the basic information, alarms, and performance; administrators can view such information by simple clicks; in a topology, administrators can clearly see the included access devices, view their information, or click to set an access device to non-access
  • Selective deployment — IMC UAM Software has multiple features to ease deployment and provide high scalability, including the ability to preconfigure and deploy IEEE 802.1X supplicant settings and leverage the IMC Platform to configure access devices; IMC software can aid in phasing implementations by location, users, and enforcement levels, including different modes such as monitor, alert, and isolate, to allow an organization to enable access control features when appropriate
  • Enhanced user account and device administrator management — multilanguage user accounts are now supported; Active Directory (AD) support includes on-demand synchronization of user accounts based on AD groups and user authentication against AD; IMC UAM Software provides a configuration wizard for portal authentication and PEAP authentication against AD; charts for monitoring UAM Software status can now be customized
  • IPv6 support for portal authentication — IMC UAM Software supports the IPv6 protocol stack
  • Troubleshooting tool for user authentication — makes troubleshooting user authentication issues in the UAM module easier; it logs details of the user authentication process and displays relevant information on the Web page; with this tool, administrators can trace detailed information to users who try to access the network
  • Simple Network Access Control — the Simple Network Access Control (SNAC) solution provides easy-to-use MAC-based authentication with self-registration, requiring minimal administrative overhead; users can register the MAC address of their devices to the UAM Software the first instance they connect to the network; thereafter, MAC authentication will be automatically performed by the access devices
  • eAPI for UAM — a "restful" API for the IMC UAM Software module has been provided
  • Enhancement of LDAP authentication — an LDAP user can pre-register an access user account in IMC UAM Software; the user group could also be synchronized with the LDAP server and be based on the organizational unit (OU) in the LDAP server; the service applied to an LDAP user could then be based on the priority of OU defined by the administrator
  • SMS support for sending guest user credentials — when a guest user account is created, the credentials may be sent to the user by an SMS text message
  • Enhanced IMC iNode client software — the IMC iNode client software supports IPv6, and IEEE 802.1X authentication in wireless scenarios
  • Customization of client experience — Customize portal pages, and attributes of pages for smart devices. Also create custom pages for smart devices based on access scenarios, preregistration pages, and self-service center home page.

Warranty and support

HP IMC User Access Manager Software Module with 50-user E-LTU (JG752AAE)
Different hardware will be required depending on the number of users.
Minimum system hardware Intel® Pentium® 4 3.0 GHz processor
4 GB RAM memory
50 GB storage
10/100 Mbps NIC
Recommended system hardware 3.0 GHz Intel® Xeon® or Intel® Core™2 Duo processor or equivalent processor
4 GB RAM memory
100 GB storage
1000 Mbps NIC
Recommended software Windows® Server 2003 with Service Pack 2
Windows® Server 2003 X64 with Service Pack 2 and KB942288
Windows® Server 2003 R2 with Service Pack 2
Windows® Server 2003 R2 X64 with Service Pack 2 with KB942288
Windows® Server 2008 with Service Pack 2
Windows® Server 2008 X64 with Service Pack 2
Windows® Server 2008 R2 with Service Pack 1
Windows® Server 2008 R2 X64 with Service Pack 1
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 X64
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 X64
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 X64
Browsers Firefox 3.6 or later is recommended
Internet Explorer 8.0 or later is recommended
Additional requirements An array controller or RAID card is needed: Dual-Channel Ultra 320 SCSI card array controller or higher configuration, with a cache of 128 MB or more; supporting RAID 0, 1, 1+0, and 5.
Notes EAD and UAM are installed with platform on the same server.

One server's managed user size can range from 1 user to 50,000 users.

If there are more than 10,000 users, an array controller or RAID card is needed: Dual-Channel Ultra 320 SCSI card array controller or higher configuration, with a cache of 192 MB; supporting RAID 0, 1, 1+0, and 5.

Database can be Oracle 11g Enterprise Edition or Microsoft® SQL Server 2005/2008.

HP IMC User Access Manager Software Module Additional 50-user E-LTU (JG753AAE)

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