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Legacy Authentication Methods

Legacy Authentication Methods
Foundation 23.1

Integration for Single Sign-On can integrate with custom authenticators. To configure single sign-on to use a custom authenticator:

  1. Select CUSTOM from the Authenticator drop-down list when performing the Web Server configuration steps, or from the Type drop-down list if configuring the App Server (see Deploying Integration for Single Sign-On).

    The Custom Authenticator Selection dialog is displayed.

  2. Enter the Authenticator Location in the field provided, or click the ... button to browse to it. The custom authenticator is typically a DLL file created with specific references that allow it to work with Integration for Single Sign-On.
  3. If the authenticator loads correctly, the remaining fields are populated automatically, based on information provided by the authenticator.

    If the authenticator selected does not load correctly, the remaining fields are not populated and an error is indicated beside the ... button:

  4. Click Apply once the custom authenticator has loaded successfully.
  5. Complete the remaining Web Server or App Server configuration steps.

    Depending on the authentication methods used, your custom authenticator may require additional steps to complete the configuration, such as editing the OnBase web server Web.config file. Contact your first line of support to determine if your authenticator requires any additional steps.