Admin Users Guide The Admin guide describes how to plan for, install, configure, operate, and manage the SafeLinx Server. OverviewHCL SafeLinx uses standards-based protocols to enable secure access from mobile computing devices outside the firewall to business applications and data on your organization's internal network.Security HCL SafeLinx includes a range of options for configuring the security of your network, applications, and data. Installation planningBefore you install HCL SafeLinx, verify that you meet the hardware and software requirements, and that the network connections that you want to use are available. Installing and initial configurationInitial configuration and installation of HCL SafeLinx varies based on your operating system.Adding and configuring resources After you complete the installation and initial configuration, continue to prepare the deployment by configuring other network resources. AdministeringThe SafeLinx Administrator administration client is the primary tool for viewing, adding, configuring, and managing HCL SafeLinx resources. Along with the SafeLinx Administrator, you can use the HCL SafeLinx Monitor to view information about packet flow through the SafeLinx Server. You can also use a set of command line tools to perform common SafeLinx Server tasks. Programming referenceThere are several programming considerations of which you might want to take advantage. Database schema informationHCL SafeLinx uses a DB2, Oracle, or SQL database to store tables of information about current and past activity of SafeLinx Server sessions. The following tables are created and accessed by using the qualifier name wg for DB2 installations.