1 DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro is a centrally-managed secure communication solution for businesses. It allows sensitive documents and communications to remain private, secure and unaltered wherever they are transmitted or stored. With Privacy Manager Pro, you can digitally sign and encrypt Microsoft Outlook , Office documents and Windows Live Messenger instant messages with the touch of a finger or a password. Your business now gets per-person accountability and fine-grained control over access to electronic documents and communication, without sacrificing productivity or ease of use. This makes it easier for organizations to comply with the growing demands of regulatory compliance and corporate loss prevention mandates. Privacy Manager Pro can be layered on top of DigitalPersona Pro s fingerprint identity solution to provide a higher level of convenience and security than lengthy passwords. In addition, businesses have increased assurance that the signature truly represents the indicated person. This Guide and the DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro software it describes are furnished under license as set forth in the applicable End User License Agreement (the EULA ), which is located in the product package. The contents of this Guide are furnished for informational use only and are subject to change without notice. Contents The purpose of this guide is to give you information that you need in order to begin using DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro. It covers the basics of installing the program, and introduces the major features of the program. There are many more exciting features available in the software than we can cover in this guide and still keep the Quick Start Guide quick. Make sure to read the online Help after the software is installed. If you will be administering multiple installations of the software, you will want to read the DigitalPersona Pro Administration Guide as well, included in the product package. Additional Resources Use the following resources for additional information about this product: The Readme.txt file containing last minute information is included in the product package. AskPersona.com ( is a Pro Knowledge Portal providing answers to many frequently asked questions about Pro Server, Workstation and Kiosk and Privacy Manager Pro. DigitalPersona Maintenance and Support customers will find additional information about technical support resources in their Maintenance and Support confirmation . Online Help is accessible from the client after it is installed. DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide 1
2 Table of Contents Installing the DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro client 2 Opening Privacy Manager 3 Installing a Privacy Manager certificate 3 Managing your Trusted Contacts 5 Using Privacy Manager Pro In Microsoft Outlook 7 Using Privacy Manager in a Microsoft Office document 9 Using Privacy Manager in Windows Live Messenger 12 System Requirements Privacy Manager requires the following: Microsoft Windows Vista or Windows XP operating system Microsoft Outlook 2003 or 2007 Microsoft Office 2007 for Office-related features Windows Live Messenger 8.1 or above for Secure Chat features Valid account A Privacy Manager Certificate (a digital certificate) must be installed in Privacy Manager Pro before you can access the security features. For information on installing a Privacy Manager Certificate, refer to Installing a Privacy Manager certificate on page 3. You can add fingerprint authentication to Privacy Manager by installing one of the following products: DigitalPersona Pro Workstation 4.2 and later DigitalPersona Personal 3.0 and later Without one of the above-listed products, you can still use all of the Privacy Manager Pro features, but instead of authenticating with your fingerprints, you will authenticate using your Windows password. Installing the DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro client The DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro client can be installed and used as a standalone product, or in an enterprise deployment that is managed through the use of an Active Directory administrative template. The ability to verify your identity with your fingerprint requires the additional installation of either DigitalPersona Pro Workstation or DigitalPersona Personal. This guide assumes that you have already installed one of these programs. Refer to the DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Administrator Guide located in the product package for information on system configuration and deployment options. 2 DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide
3 Opening Privacy Manager To open Privacy Manager: In Microsoft Outlook 2003, you can access Privacy Manager features by clicking the Privacy icon on the Outlook toolbar. In Microsoft Outlook 2007, you can access Privacy Manager features by clicking Send Securely in the Privacy Group on the Message tab or by clicking the Privacy icon on the Outlook toolbar. In Microsoft Office 2007 documents, you can access Privacy Manager by clicking on Sign and Encrypt in the Privacy group on the Home tab. To Start a Secure Chat, click Start, All Programs, Privacy Manager, Start Chat. To display the Privacy Manager Properties dialog, click Start, All Programs, Privacy Manager, Privacy Manager Properties. To open the Live Messenger History Viewer, click Start, All Programs, Privacy Manager, Live Messenger History Viewer. Installing a Privacy Manager certificate Before you can use any Privacy Manager features, you must install a Privacy Manager Certificate (from within Privacy Manager). If requesting a digital certificate from within Privacy Manager, you will need a valid address, set up as an account within Microsoft Outlook, on the same computer from which you are requesting the Privacy Manager Certificate. The exact steps in the installation process will depend on how your administrator has configured the software in your organization. There are three scenarios for installing a Privacy Manager certificate. Obtaining a preassigned Privacy Manager Corporate Certificate Your IT administrator may have obtained a corporate certificate from a partnered certificate authority, Comodo, which is then distributed to you through an In Outlook, open the that you received indicating that a Corporate Certificate has been preassigned to you. 2. Click Obtain. 3. You will receive an additional in Microsoft Outlook with your Privacy Manager Certificate attached. 4. To install the certificate, refer to the topic Setting up a Privacy Manager Certificate on page 4. DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide 3
4 Requesting a Privacy Manager Certificate If your IT administrator has not prohibited it, you may request a Privacy Manager certificate from a partnered certificate authority, Comodo. The certificate is offered with a free trial period and may be easily renewed through Comodo. 1. Open Privacy Manager, and click the Certificate tab. 2. Click Request a Privacy Manager Certificate. 3. Follow the on-screen instructions. 4. On the Certificate Request Accepted page, click Finish. 5. Click OK to close the dialog. You will receive an in Microsoft Outlook with your Privacy Manager certificate attached. Installing Other certificates Your IT administrator may have installed a non-comodo (Other) certificate on your computer in the Windows Personal Certificate Store, which you can view in the Control Panel by clicking Internet Options, selecting the Content tab and clicking the Certificates button. The certificate may also be sent to you in a PFX (Personal Information Exchange) file. 1. Open Privacy Manager, and click the Certificate tab. 2. Click Import certificates. 3. Select Installed certificates or Personal Information Exchange file - PKCS #12(.PFX). 4. Follow the on-screen instructions. Setting up a Privacy Manager Certificate 1. When you receive the with your Privacy Manager Certificate attached, open the and click the Setup button, in the lower-right corner of the message in Outlook 2007, or in the upper-left corner in Outlook Follow the on-screen instructions. 3. If you choose to begin the Trusted Contact invitation process, follow the instructions beginning with step 2 of the topic Adding Trusted Contacts using your Microsoft Outlook address book. or If you click Cancel, refer to Managing Trusted Contacts for information on adding a Trusted Contact at a later time. 4 DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide
5 Managing your Trusted Contacts There are three ways to create a Trusted Contact, as described in the next three topics. Adding Trusted Contacts using Microsoft Outlook Contacts 1. On the Microsoft Outlook toolbar, click the Privacy button and then click Invite My Outlook Contacts. 2. When the Trusted Contact Invitation page opens, select the addresses of the recipients you want to add as Trusted Contacts and then click Next. 3. When the Sending Invitation page opens, click Finish. An listing the selected Microsoft Outlook addresses is automatically generated. 4. Edit the text and add your name (optional). 5. Click Send. If you have not obtained a Privacy Manager Certificate, a message informs you that you must have a Privacy Manager Certificate in order to send a Trusted Contact request. Click OK to launch the Certificate Request Wizard. Refer to the help topic, Requesting and installing a Privacy Manager Certificate for more information. 6. Authenticate using your chosen security login method. This will also add your digital signature to the invitation. When the is received by the Trusted Contact recipient, the recipient must open the and click Accept, and then click OK when the confirmation dialog box opens. 7. When you receive an response from a recipient accepting the invitation to become a Trusted Contact, click the Accept button. A dialog box opens, confirming that the recipient has been successfully added to your Trusted Contacts list. 8. Click OK. Adding a Trusted Contact through exchange Adding a Trusted Contact through exchange is a simple 3-step process: 1. You send an invitation to a Trusted Contact recipient. 2. The Trusted Contact recipient responds to the You receive the response from the Trusted Contact recipient, and click Accept. In order to respond to your invitation to become a Trusted Contact, a recipient must have DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro or Privacy Manager for HP Protect Tools installed on their computer. Information on obtaining and installing DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro can be found at: More detailed instructions for adding a Trusted Contact by inviting someone to exchange Privacy Manager certificates with you are shown below: DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide 5
6 1. Open Privacy Manager, click Trusted Contacts Manager, and then click Invite Contacts. or On the Microsoft Outlook toolbar, click the Privacy button, and then click Invite Contacts. 2. If the Select Certificate dialog box opens, click the Privacy Manager Certificate you want to use, and then click OK. 3. When the Trusted Contact Invitation dialog box opens, read the text, and then click OK. An is automatically generated. 4. Enter one or more addresses of the recipients you want to add as Trusted Contacts. Separate multiple addresses with semicolons (;). 5. Edit the text and add your name (optional). 6. Click Send. If you have not obtained a Privacy Manager Certificate, a message informs you that you must have a Privacy Manager Certificate in order to send a Trusted Contact request. Click OK to launch the Certificate Request Wizard. Refer to Requesting and installing a Privacy Manager Certificate in the online help for more information. 7. Authenticate using your chosen security login method. This will also add your digital signature to the invitation. When the is received by the Trusted Contact recipient, the recipient must open the and click Accept in the lower-right corner of the , and then click OK when the confirmation dialog box opens. 8. When you receive an response from a recipient accepting the invitation to become a Trusted Contact, click Accept in the lower-right corner of the . A dialog box opens, confirming that the recipient has been successfully added to your Trusted Contacts list. 9. Click OK. Adding a Trusted Contact using certificates published to Active Directory Your IT administrator may have set a GPO policy to have digital certificates automatically published to Active Directory. If so, you do not have to exchange certificates through , but can simply add people as your Trusted Contacts using their Outlook address or Active Directory domain username. You can also manually publish digital certificates, if your IT administrator has set the GPO policy to allow it, by clicking Advanced on the Certificate tab. 6 DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide
7 Using Privacy Manager Pro In Microsoft Outlook When Privacy Manager Pro is installed, a Privacy button is displayed on the Microsoft Outlook toolbar, and a Privacy group is added to the Ribbon of each Microsoft Outlook e- mail message. When you click the down arrow next to the Privacy button, or the down arrow next to Send Securely in the Privacy group, you can choose from the following options: Sign and Send (for messages only) This option adds a digital signature to the and sends it after you authenticate using your chosen security login method. Seal for Trusted Contacts and Send (for messages only) This option adds a digital signature, encrypts the , and sends it after you authenticate using your chosen security login method. Invite Contacts This option allows you to send a single Trusted Contact invitation to one or more addresses. Invite My Outlook Contacts This option allows you to send individual Trusted Contact invitations to selected contacts from your Microsoft Outlook address book. Refer to Adding Trusted Contacts using your Microsoft Outlook address book for more information. Certificate Manager This option allows you to manage your Privacy Manager certificates, including requesting a certificate, importing a certificate, view see certificate details and set various certificate defaults. Refer to the topic Managing Privacy Manager Certificates in the online help for more information. Trusted Contacts Manager This option provides a means for you to manage your Trusted Contacts, including inviting others to be your Trusted Contacts, viewing Trusted Contact details and deleting Trusted Contacts. Refer to the topic Managing Trusted Contacts in the online help for more information. Settings This option allows you to change the default behavior of the Send Securely button and other settings. Refer to the topic Configuring Privacy Manager for Microsoft Outlook in the online help for more information. Signing and sending an message 1. In Microsoft Outlook, click New or Reply. 2. Type your message. 3. Click the down arrow next to Send Securely (Privacy in Outlook 2003), and then click Sign and Send. 4. Authenticate using your chosen security login method. DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide 7
8 Sealing and sending an message Sealed messages that are digitally signed and sealed (encrypted) can only be viewed by people you choose from your Trusted Contacts list. To seal and send an message to a Trusted Contact: 1. In Microsoft Outlook, click New or Reply. 2. Type your message. 3. Click the down arrow next to Send Securely (Privacy in Outlook 2003), and then click Seal for Trusted Contacts and Send. 4. Authenticate using your chosen security login method. 8 DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide
9 Using Privacy Manager in a Microsoft Office document After you install your Privacy Manager Certificate, a Sign and Encrypt button is displayed on the right side of the toolbar of all Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint documents. When you click the down arrow next to Sign and Encrypt, you can choose from the following options: Sign Document This option adds your digital signature to the document. Add Signature Line Before Signing (Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel only) By default, a signature line is added when a Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel document is signed or encrypted. To turn this option off, click Add Signature Line to remove the check mark. This behavior can also be changed on the Settings tab in the Privacy Manager Properties dialog. If Add Signature Line is unchecked, the only way to see the signature is to click the Digital Signature icon on the bottom toolbar. Encrypt Document This option adds your digital signature and encrypts the document. Remove Encryption This option removes encryption from the document. Certificate Manager This option allows you to manage your Privacy Manager certificates. Refer to the online help topic Managing Privacy Manager Certificates for more information. Trusted Contacts Manager This option provides a means for you to manage your Trusted Contacts. Refer to the online help topic Managing Trusted Contacts for more information. Settings This option allows you to change the default behavior of the Send Securely button and other settings. Refer to the online help topic Configuring Privacy Manager for Microsoft Office for more information. Signing a Microsoft Office document 1. In Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, or Microsoft PowerPoint, create and save a document. 2. Click the down arrow next to Sign and Encrypt, and then click Sign Document. 3. Authenticate using your chosen security login method. 4. When the confirmation dialog box opens, read the text, and then click OK. To add multiple signatures to a Microsoft Office document: 1. From the menu, select Insert. 2. In the Text group, click the down arrow next to Signature Line. 3. Select Privacy Manager Signature Provider. DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide 9
10 4. Type the name of the suggested signer and any instructions to the signer that you want to appear below the signature line. Optionally, select additional options available in the dialog. 5. Repeat the above steps for additional signature lines. If you later decide to edit the document, follow these steps: 1. Click the Office button in the upper-left corner of the screen. Click Prepare, and then click Mark as Final. 2. When the confirmation dialog box opens, click Yes, and continue working. 3. When you have completed your editing, sign the document again. Note: After the document is signed, neither the sender or receiver can make further changes to the document without invalidating the signatures, including saving the file to a different format. Warning: Saving a signed document as a PDF will save the image of the signature as shown on the screen in the Office document. It may appear as though the PDF is signed, but it is not. The signature can no longer be considered as valid and cannot be authenticated. Encrypting a Microsoft Office document You can encrypt a Microsoft Office document for you and for your Trusted Contacts. When you encrypt a document and close it, you and the Trusted Contact(s) you select from the list must both authenticate before opening it. To encrypt a Microsoft Office document: 1. In Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, or Microsoft PowerPoint, create and save a document. 2. Click the Home menu. 3. Click the down arrow next to Sign and Encrypt and then click Encrypt Document. The Select Trusted Contacts dialog box opens. 4. Click the name of a Trusted Contact who will be able to open the document and view its contents. To select multiple Trusted Contact names, hold down the ctrl key and click the individual names. 5. Click OK. 10 DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide
11 Viewing an encrypted Microsoft Office document To view an Office document that has been encrypted using Privacy Manager, on the same computer that it was encrypted on: 1. Open the document. 2. Authenticate using your chosen security login method. To view an Office document that has been encrypted using Privacy Manager, on the same different computer than the one that it was encrypted on: 1. Privacy Manager must be installed on that computer. 2. Import the Privacy Manager certificate that was used to encrypt the file. To view an Office document encrypted by someone else, using Privacy Manager: 1. Privacy Manager must be installed on your computer. 1. You must have a Privacy Manager certificate set up and installed through Privacy manager. 2. You must have been selected, during the encryption process, as one of the Trusted Contacts intended to receive the document. Viewing a signed Microsoft Office document When a signed Microsoft Office document is opened, a Digital Signatures icon displays in the status bar at the bottom of the document window. Click the Digital Signatures icon to toggle display of the Signatures dialog, which displays the name of all users who signed the document and the date each user signed it. To view additional details about each signature, right-click a name in the Signatures dialog and select Signature Details. You do not need to have Privacy Manager or a Privacy Manager Certificate in order to view a signed Microsoft Office document. DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide 11
12 Using Privacy Manager in Windows Live Messenger Privacy Manager adds the following secure communications features to Windows Live Messenger: Secure chat Messages are transmitted using the SSL/TLS (Secure Sockets Layer/ Transport Layer Security) over XML protocol, the same technology that is used to encrypt and improve the security of e-commerce transactions. Recipient identification You can verify the presence and identity of a person before sending a message. Signed messages You can electronically sign your messages. Then, if the message is tampered with, it will be marked as invalid when the recipient receives it. Hide/show feature You can hide any or all messages in the Privacy Manager Chat window. You can also send a message where the content is hidden. Authentication is required before the message is displayed. Secure chat history Logs of your chat sessions are encrypted before they are saved and require authentication in order to be viewed. Automatic locking/unlocking You can lock and unlock the Privacy Manager Chat window or set it to lock automatically after a specified period of inactivity. Starting Privacy Manager Chat In order to use Privacy Manager Chat, both parties must have Privacy Manager and a Privacy Manager certificate installed. For details about installing a Privacy Manager certificate, see "Requesting and installing a Privacy Manager certificate" in the online help. 1. To start Privacy Manager Chat in Windows Live Messenger, click Start, All Programs, Privacy Manager, Start Chat. 2. Privacy Manager sends an invitation to the contact to start Privacy Manager Chat. 3. When the invited contact accepts, the Privacy Manager Chat window opens. If the invited contact does not have Privacy Manager, they will be prompted to download it. An alternative method of starting a Privacy Manager chat session is: 1. Within Windows Live Messenger, double click an available contact. 2. From the menu of the resulting window, select Activites and then Privacy Manager Chat. 3. Follow the onscreen instructions. 12 DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide
13 Chatting in the Privacy Manager Chat window After starting Privacy Manager Chat, a Privacy Manager Chat window opens in Windows Live Messenger. Using Privacy Manager Chat is similar to using basic Windows Live Messenger, except that the following additional features are available in the Privacy Manager Chat window: Save - Click this button to save your chat session to the folder specified in your configuration settings. You can also configure Privacy Manager Chat to automatically save each session when it is closed. Hide all and Show all - Click the appropriate button to expand or collapse the messages shown in the Secure Communications window. You can also hide or show individual messages by clicking the message header. Are you there? - Click this button to request authentication from your contact. Lock - Click this button to close the Privacy Manager Chat window and return to the Chat Entry window. To display the Secure Communications window again, click Resume the session, and then authenticate using your chosen security login method. Send - Click this button to send an encrypted message to your contact. Send signed - Select this check box to electronically sign and encrypt your messages. Then, if the message is tampered with, it will be marked as invalid when the recipient receives it. You must authenticate each time you send a signed message. Send hidden - Select this check box to encrypt and send a message showing only the message heading. Your contact must authenticate to read the content of the message. Viewing chat history The Privacy Manager Chat History Viewer displays encrypted Privacy Manager Chat session files. Sessions may be saved by clicking Save in the Privacy Manager Chat window, or by configuring automatic saving on the Chat tab in Privacy Manager. In the viewer, each session shows the (encrypted) Contact Screen Name, and the date and time the session began and ended. By default, sessions are shown for all accounts that you have set up. You can use the Display history for menu to select only specific accounts to view. The viewer allows you to perform the following tasks: Reveal all sessions Reveal sessions for a specific account View a session ID View a session Search sessions for specific text Delete a session Add or remove columns Filter displayed sessions For more information on each of these functions, see the online help. DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide 13
14 To start the Chat History Viewer: 1. Click Start, All Programs, DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro. 2. Click Chat History Viewer. This Quick Start Guide is simply a brief introduction to the powerful features available in Privacy Manager Pro. For complete details, read the DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Administrator Guide, and the online help that is available on most windows and dialogs throughout the user interface. Published 09/15/ by Len Hodgeman Revised 1031 by Len Hodgeman based on DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro features in Pre-Release Beta DigitalPersona, Inc. All Rights Reserved. DigitalPersona, the DigitalPersona logo and U.are.U are trademarks of DigitalPersona, Inc. registered in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 14 DigitalPersona Privacy Manager Pro Quick Start Guide
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