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With verison 4.0.3 of the iHRIS Suite we now provide a pluggable authentication module.
In iHRIS user information is by default stored in a table called "user."  We also allow different means for authenticating users against, for example LDAP or to limit to a single user access system.
 
This article collects together the various authentication modules which utilize the pluggable authentication available with verison 4.0.3 of the iHRIS Suite.
 


The authentication modules are:
The authentication modules are:

Revision as of 14:16, 23 September 2013

In iHRIS user information is by default stored in a table called "user." We also allow different means for authenticating users against, for example LDAP or to limit to a single user access system.

This article collects together the various authentication modules which utilize the pluggable authentication available with verison 4.0.3 of the iHRIS Suite.


The authentication modules are:


Security Note: There is a new administrator account created on the system. The user name is 'i2ce_admin' and the password is the same password used for mysql database connection.