Configuring connection-based automation in an FTP environment

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Web Express Logon is also designed to work in FTP environments that use Portal Server. To configure this environment, follow steps 1 and 2 in this chapter and then steps 1, 2 and 4 in the Configuring macro-based automation in a Portal Server environment chapter. Because FTP logon is based on connection-based automation, you will not need to create a Web Express Logon macro; however, you must configure the Portal Server Credential Vault as you would with macro-based automation in a Portal Server environment.

In order to implement connection-based automation in an FTP login environment, you must configure your network security application and create your HCM database. .

In this document, we show you how to edit and deploy the CMS provided with Z and I Emulator for Web and use the Deployment Wizard to create your HTML file and configure your host session.

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Steps 3–5 are designed for administrators who are planning to use the Deployment Wizard to create the HTML file and configure the FTP session to use Web Express Logon all in one sitting. However, you may decide to create your HTML file first and then configure your session later.