Manage Users with CA EEM

CA Service Catalog uses CA EEM to authenticate and authorize users. You can configure CA EEM to use an external directory, such as Microsoft Active Directory, for authentication of users.
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CA Service Catalog uses CA EEM to authenticate and authorize users. You can configure CA EEM to use an external directory, such as Microsoft Active Directory, for authentication of users.
Use the CA EEM user interface of CA Service Catalog to manage CA EEM users and groups. Start CA EEM from the Users option of the Administration Quick Start dashboard.
Integrating with embedded CA EEM and optionally with an external directory is the only required integration for CA Service Catalog. You use CA EEM and optionally an external directory to manage the CA Service Catalog user database.
After you have installed CA Service Catalog, its required components (including embedded CA EEM), and your external directory (if used), perform the following actions:
  1. (Optional) Update the host name of the CA EEM computer or the application names it uses. Perform this step periodically after CA Service Catalog has been installed and is running.
  2. (Optional) Add High Availability and Failover Support as follows:
    1. Verify that you have installed CA EEM on at least two computers in your CA Service Catalog implementation.
    2. Set up high availability and failover support for CA EEM.
    3. Run the setup utility and configure CA EEM.
      If you have installed other CA products that use CA EEM, see the documentation for each of those products for information about setting up failover support for CA EEM.