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DocPop

Platform
OnBase
Product
DocPop
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

Authentication options control how DocPop users are logged on to OnBase. There are multiple methods of authentication, referred to here as logon methods. Available logon methods are outlined in the following table. For more information, see the Configuration chapter in the DocPop, PDFPop, or FolderPop reference guide.

Logon Method

Description

Default

Logs the user on automatically using a default user account that has limited rights. Each user who accesses DocPop is logged on under this account, which is specified in the Web Server's Web.config file.

HTTP

Logs the user on automatically using a user name and password specified in the DocPop URL's query string.

The HTTP logon method is not recommended for production environments because it passes the user name and password in clear text on the query string.

Interactive

Prompts each user for a user name and password every time the user accesses DocPop.

Active Directory, LDAP, or SSO Authentication

Logs the user on automatically using the user's Active Directory, LDAP, or SSO credentials.

Session ID

Logs the user on automatically by passing a session ID on the DocPop URL's query string.

Continue to the following sections:

For additional information about providing increased security, see Logon Methods and Security.