POST data is required for pass through during a form login on the IIS Web server when using the Web Gate extension method (where the Web Gate is the action of the form).In other words, if a form authentication scheme on the IIS Web server is configured with the passthrough option, and the target of the login form requires the data posted by the form, the Web Gate extension method (where the Web Gate DLL is the action of the form) cannot be used.Before installing the Web Gate, ensure that your IIS Web server is in lockdown mode.
POST data is used in an authorization decision that include rule parameters for the Az Man authorization plug-in. The following procedures presume that you are familiar with the IIS Web server commands.
Two procedures are provided: If you perform multiple Web Gate installations on one computer, multiple versions of the file may be created which may cause unusual Oracle Access Manager behavior.
There can only be one configured at the (top) Web Sites level of a computer.
If you perform multiple installations, multiple versions of this file may be created which may cause unusual Oracle Access Manager behavior.
In this case, you should verify that only one and one exist. If for some reason the Web Gate is reinstalled, the is also reinstalled.In this case, ensure that only one copy of the exists at the site level.