About Windows Domain Authentication

Windows Domain authentication relies on the Windows network security system for SBM authentication. To validate users via this method, SBM login IDs must match each user’s network login ID.

In the Other Settings tab, you can specify an IIS application that is configured with anonymous access in the IIS application for external authentication field. This enables external users access to SBM without having to log in to your domain. For details, see Other Settings.

You can validate users against a Windows Domain with or without Single Sign-On:

Related Topics

Configuring Windows Domain (NTCR) Authentication