General Settings → Authentication → About Windows Domain Authentication
Windows Domain (NTCR) authentication relies on the Windows network security system for SBM authentication. To use this method, SBM login IDs must match each user’s network login ID.
You can allow external users to access SBM without logging in to your domain by entering an IIS application with anonymous access in the Virtual Directory for external authentication field on the Other Settings tab. For details, see Other Settings.
You can configure Windows Domain (NTCR) authentication with or without Single Sign-On (SSO). If you want IIS to manage user authentication, select Windows Authentication (IIS) to manage user sessions. If you want to take advantage of SSO and have it manage user authentication, select Windows Authentication (SSO) to manage user sessions.
If you are using Windows Domain (NTCR) authentication with Windows Authentication (SSO), select the Enable Login Form check box to display a login page to users when user validation fails. Clear the check box if you do not want the page to appear.
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