General Settings → Authentication → Custom Authentication Settings → Configuring Authenticators
In the Authenticators section, you manage predefined or custom authenticators. You can configure authenticators for each source that your users should be authenticated against.
To get started, click Add New, and then select one of the following:
Select this option to use one of the predefined authenticators that are provided by SBM. Use the provided tooltips for guidance when configuring an authenticator.
Select the Explicit checkbox to force an authenticator to reject any incompatible credentials that are received. For example, an x509 authenticator will deny any requests that contain a user name and password if this option is selected.
The following predefined authenticators are available:
Provided for testing purposes only.
Compound authenticators enable you to implement multiple authenticators using logical operators like OR and AND. After you add a compound authenticator, define additional authenticators as needed, and then drag and drop them into the compound authenticator container.
Authenticate credentials against a Windows domain.
Authenticate credentials against Application Engine. No additional configuration is necessary.
Authenticate credentials against LDAP. This is analogous to configuring SSO LDAP.
Authenticate credentials using client-side certificates.
Authenticate credentials from x509 certificates against LDAP.
Authenticate credentials from x509 certificates against a certificate revocation list (CRL). A CRL is a certificate authority–managed list of certificates that have been revoked or are no longer valid.
Authenticate credentials from x509 certificates against using Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP).
Select Custom authenticator to enter XML that describes for your custom authenticator. Click Reindent to fix any indentation problems in the XML and improve readability. Click Validate to check that the XML is valid.
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