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SSO Demo Script 
We would like the person to read each paragraph (where you see "dialog") and then stop. We are inserting each section in a separate page of the demo.

2010-01-18 20:00:57 GMT
2010-01-27 22:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Student or Non-for-profit student project - USD 300 to USD 500
Training, business presentations, sales, and web sites
There are four scripts. The longest script is 950 words.
English - USA and Canada
See description
Young Adult Female OR Middle Age Female
• Audio files must be delivered via email
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
The Voice Actor should have at least 5 years of experience in the voice industry.
This is a non-union project

Script Details

***Please submit a sample in order to audition

***We would like the person to read each paragraph (where you see "dialog") and then stop.  
Here is the script for demo #2

Dialog: Welcome to this **************************************** demonstration. Today I am going to show you how easy it is to use the ******************************** to enable a Web application. Web, Windows and Java applications all utilize this Wizard interface for enabling the applications as well as performing any modifications in the future, such as adding change password functionality. For this demonstration, I am using my Windows 7 workstation.
Launch the web site.

Dialog: The web application I will use is the **********************************************************. You would have a similar experience with your own corporate web-based applications or with public web sites. To start I am accessing the application as I normally do – here using Firefox; the experience would be similar if I used Internet Explorer.
*********** identifies the page. ****************** prompts asking if you want to enable the site

Dialog: ************************* automatically recognizes that this is a login page and asks me if I want to enable single sign-on for this site. I am going to select “yes” to start the process.

Dialog: When the ******************************** launches, it will attempt to automatically discover as much information as possible to enable this application. Each section that has been successfully detected will contain a green checkmark on the right, meaning that section is complete and you should just have to review it for accuracy. For this application you can see that is has detected the information to uniquely identify this screen. Dialog: In the Credential Source panel, you can configure what set of credentials are used for this login. Most applications use their own application specific username and password; however some applications might re-use credentials from other sources, such as the users’ network credentials, or a related application. They might also use an advanced method such as a One Time Password on a smart card. In this case, the application uses its own credentials, so we will select “Yes”. Select Yes

Dialog: We move to the Identify Fields panel. This screen allows you to configure what fields in the web page will be used. Let’s choose to review these fields.
Select No

Dialog: ************************* has already automatically recognized the username field; let’s verify it by clicking on Show me. I can easily see that the correct field was selected.
Dialog: Let’s do the same for the password field. By clicking on “Show me”, I verify that the correct field was automatically selected.

Dialog: The first time end users login, they will be prompted to enter their username and password that ************************* will then remember for future logins. Let’s customize this prompt to be more specific: “Please enter your 4TRESS operator credentials below:”

Dialog: This web page has another field called Security Domain, and I want ************************* to manage this field automatically as well. So let’s look at “all the fields”. ************************* has identified a combobox; let’s select the checkbox so that this field is managed automatically as well. Let’s select “Show me” to make sure it is the correct field in the web page.
Web page appears, Security domain flashes.

Dialog: Now let’s configure ************************* so that the value is Domain1 for all users.

Dialog: Let’s move to the next panel called Submit options. The submit options tells ************************* how to submit the login. You have the option of allowing ************************* to submit the page either by clicking a button; typing a sequence of keys, or redirecting to another web site, or alternatively you can just allow the user to submit the page. Let’s let *********** submit the page, by clicking “Yes”.
Select Yes

Dialog: By clicking on Show me, let’s verify that the correct action will be performed.
Web page appears. Login flashes.

Dialog: ************************* has automatically selected the correct button to submit the authentication credentials.

Dialog: Let’s move to the Re-authentication panel. ************************* can prompt the user to re-authenticate with their network credentials or a strong authentication device such as a smart card before passing the user’s password to the application. In our case, let’s choose that “no” re-authentication is required.

Dialog: And finally, the “Matching Criteria” panel. ************************* must identify each screen uniquely and allows you to customize the criteria it is looking for. Since the wizard identified this site automatically, we are going to use the default matching rules that ************************* has automatically created by selecting “Yes”.

Dialog: I have now finished creating the application definition for this web application. Let’s save it by selecting OK.
Firefox open on web page.
Press F5 to reload page and credentials prompt appears.

Dialog: As it’s the first time I’m using this application with *************************, I am prompted for my ****** operator credentials. I enter my username and password.
Enter username and password.

Dialog: Now ************************* has all the information needed to log me to this application. And the login is automatic.
Application opens.

Dialog: Let’s log out and close Firefox.
Desktop appears

Dialog: Now let’s launch the website again. In this case, the login is completely automatic. ************************* automatically provides the username and password, and submits these credentials to the application. This automated process will happen every time I access this web application now that it is enabled by *************************.

Dialog: As you saw in this demonstration,************************** makes it very easy to configure single sign-on for a web application. Thanks to ********************************, no scripting is required. This concludes this ************************* demonstration. For more information, please visit our web site at *********************. Thank you for watching this video. 
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