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Oracle® Access Manager Access Administration Guide
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The Oracle Access Manager Access Administration Guide provides information on setting up Access Administrators and Access Server settings, configuring and managing AccessGates, defining access controls and user access to applications and data, and configuring single sign-on. Its companion guide, the Oracle Access Manager Identity and Common Administration Guide describes the Identity System and functions that are common to both systems, such as configuring directory servers, password policies, setting up logging and auditing, and so on.


Oracle Access Manager was previously known as Oblix NetPoint. All legacy references to Oblix and NetPoint, for example, in path names and schema objects, should be understood to refer to Oracle and COREid, respectively.

This Preface covers the following topics:


This guide is intended for the Master Administrators who are assigned during installation and setup, as well as Master Access Administrators and Delegated Access Administrators. Administrators configure the rights and tasks available to other administrators and end users. A Master Administrator, the highest level administrator, is selected during Oracle Access Manager System setup. The Master Administrator delegates responsibilities to other administrators, as described in this book.

This document assumes that you are familiar with your LDAP directory and Web servers.

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Related Documents

For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Access Manager Release 10.1.4 documentation set:


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