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Legacy Authentication Methods

Legacy Authentication Methods
Foundation 23.1

The following upgrade considerations have been compiled by OnBase subject matter experts. These upgrade considerations are general and applicable to most OnBase solutions and network environments and should be considered each time an upgrade is performed.

Carefully consider the impact of making any changes, including those listed below, prior to implementing them in a production environment.

For additional general information about upgrading OnBase, refer to the Upgrade Guidelines reference manual , and visit the Hyland Community at: https://www.hyland.com/community.

The following information is specific to Standard Authentication.

Non-Interactive Active Directory Authentication

Additional configuration is required to maintain the authentication credentials of web applications in OnBase when the following conditions are met:

  • OnBase is configured to use Active Directory - Enhanced as the authentication method

  • OnBase is configured to use non-interactive/autologons

For complete details, see the Required Configuration Settings for Non-Interactive Active Directory Authentication section in the Legacy Authentication Methods documentation.

Foundation EP1

The Active Directory - Basic authentication method was removed after OnBase 18. Client logins attempting to use this method will fail in OnBase versions after 18. To continue using Active Directory to authenticate users, you must change the configuration to Active Directory - Enhanced. The Auto-Configure Using Matching Group Names option is intended to assist in the migration from an existing Active Directory - Basic authentication method to the Active Directory - Enhanced method.