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The Siebel Enterprise Security Token is the password that your Siebel administrator can use to update static files, such as application image files or cascading style sheet files, on your Web server. Your developers might have placed updated versions of these files on the Siebel Server (in the
Each time that the administrator restarts the Web server, the Web server contacts the Siebel Server and updates the static files. However, it is not necessary to restart the Web server every time the Web server static files in the SWSE directory must be updated. Instead, you can use the Siebel Enterprise Security Token that you specified when you configured the SWSE. You can update the static files by entering this token in a command line, particularly when deploying multiple Web servers.
You set the value of the Siebel Enterprise Security Token during configuration of the SWSE logical profile, as described in Configuring the SWSE Logical Profile. This value is defined as the value for the SiebEntSecToken parameter in the eapps.cfg file for your SWSE installation. By default, this value is encrypted.
NOTE: If passwords are encrypted in eapps.cfg, then, to change the value, you must either reconfigure the SWSE and specify the new password in the SWSE Configuration Wizard or use the
The EncryptedPassword parameter specifies whether passwords are encrypted in the eapps.cfg file. For more information, see Configuring the SWSE Logical Profile. See also Siebel Security Guide.
This topic is part of Additional Tasks for the Siebel Web Server Extension and the Web Server.
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