Advanced Password Service License

Document ID : KB000115433
Last Modified Date : 20/09/2018
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Question:
We'd like to know : 

1. Can we APS with no addtional Licenses in an Standard CA SSO for 
   Business Users License? 

2. Can the Logon SiteMinder Process ( with an Standard SM Agent be 
   continued in the same way, and provisioning in APS attributes: 
   smapsLastLogin and smapsPreviousLogin ? 
Answer:
1. Can we APS with no addtional Licenses in an Standard CA SSO for 
   Business Users License? 

   I think so. To get a 100% sure answer on this, and to see if your 
   account is entitled for that, please reach out our Customer Care 
   service : 

   Need help with the new CA Support Portal? Ask us! 
   https://communities.ca.com/community/customer-care 

2. Can the Logon SiteMinder Process ( with an Standard SM Agent be 
   continued in the same way, and provisioning in APS attributes: 
   smapsLastLogin and smapsPreviousLogin ? 

   Yes, but some installation are needed : 

   Installation 
   https://docops.ca.com/ca-single-sign-on/12-8/en/configuring/advanced-password-services-configuration/install-and-configure-aps/installation 

   You have to note that the use of the APS or Basic Password Services 
   is determined at the installation time of the Policy Server. 

   Here's a sample how to configure it with simple parameters : 

   How to configure APS (Advanced Password Services) Help Desk Interface (APSAdmin) 
   https://comm.support.ca.com/kb/how-to-configure-aps-advanced-password-services-help-desk-interface-apsadmin/kb000036068 

   How to configure APS Forgot Password (FPS) Interface 
   https://comm.support.ca.com/kb/how-to-configure-aps-forgot-password-fps-interface/kb000046649 

   How to disable APS 
   https://comm.support.ca.com/kb/how-to-disable-aps/kb000046660 

   APS configuration for Apache web servers. 
   https://comm.support.ca.com/kb/aps-configuration-for-apache-web-servers/kb000054238