Customized sign in pages for Juniper SA

Hello All,

I'm trying to customize the sign in page of Juniper SA 6500....may I please know the process to achieve this...I have gone through some documents from Juniper but unable to hit them..as per my understanding we have to download the sample.zip template from the SA appliance and edit the LoginPage.thtml file, zip it with other files of the downloaded template, then upload this zip onto the box...

Would be great if I can get some assistance in achieving this...


-Sai26
Sai26Asked:
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btanConnect With a Mentor Exec ConsultantCommented:
not an expert in this aspect :)

 but I recommend that juniper or community expertise should be tapped on further - see their forum

http://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=answers&type=search&searchid=1235371168374&question_box=customise+login&archived=

For the Template Toolkit utilities, see if these helps

(see the about section for quick start)  http://www.template-toolkit.org/
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11742982/template-toolkit-and-juniper
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
can catch this pdf [1]. It contains the details of various pages that can be customized in samples.zip. also encourage you see this past discussion [2]

[1] http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/software/ive/admin/6.5-CSPSolutionGuide.pdf
[2] http://www.juniperforum.com/index.php?topic=7465.0
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Sai26Author Commented:
Hello Breadtan,

Appreciate for the response!!!

Oh..yes even I'm going through pdf [1]...and as of now I'm working on creating a login page.  However need some clarity...and thanks for providing -> discussion [2]  for the customized post login page...

So as per my understanding of the doc..below are points I need to do -
1. Download the sample.zip
2. Unzip it to a folder, replace the existing LoginPage.thtml with one I would create.
3. Zip this new login page with all other files in the folder and upload the same onto the box.

Please let me know if its the correct process as this is my 1st tryst with customization of SA login page...

 Thanks.
-Sai26
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
in short yes, but do read on the pg1-6 (of pdf) and suggest testing locally before upload. see the part on the "Testing Your Custom Pages" using the Template Toolkit utilities you have installed locally. Note, you can only test the presentation (not actual pre-auth logic) of the sample templates on your local system. Note also the upgrade consideration (pg33 of pdf) Side note is for multi-language support, you must configure different sign-in pages for different locales.
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Sai26Author Commented:
Breadtan,

thanks for the info...but I'm not sure how to use Template Toolkit utilities nor I know the Perl language :(...now just to update one thing...I have an customized login page now (my colleague helped in creating one)...but not able to understand how to integrate that file onto the box :(

any suggestions or guidance would be of immense booster!!

-Sai26
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Sai26Author Commented:
thanks breadtan...I'm almost there...would keep you posted on the progress!!...thanks again for those links..
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