Summary of authentication configuration
Three main parameters are used to configure TEXTML Server authentication:
- AuthenticateUser: This is the main parameter. If set to False, all
users will be able to access the TEXTML Server. No authentication is required.
If set to True, then the following parameters are used:
- AuthenticateLocal: Local authentication is used.
- AuthenticateUsingKerberos: Kerberos authentication is used. (Applies to Windows only).
|False||Ignored||Ignored||No authentication is required. All users can access the TEXTML Server.|
|True||True||False||Local authentication is performed. On Linux, additional configuration is required.|
|True||False||True||Kerberos authentication is performed. Additional configuration is required. Note that all clients accessing the TEXTML Server must also be configured to use Kerberos. Applies to Windows only.|
|True||True||True||Both local and Kerberos authentication schemes are enabled. Note that this approach is not recommended. However, if both schemes are enabled, Kerberos authentication will first be performed and local authentication will be performed next.|