Authentication Methods

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z/Scope Anywhere allows you to use the following authentication methods.


Windows Logon

This option enables Active Directory credentials. This method is enabled by default.


OAuth 2.0

OAuth 2.0 (or OAuth/2) is an open standard for authorization and authentication, commonly used as a way for Internet users to log into third party websites using their social network (Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, etc.) account without exposing their password.


External DLL

A custom authentication method implemented by you or a third party with our authentication API and referenced in the Thinfinity VirtualUI server.


Anonymous Authentication

You can also allow users to access applications anonymously. When this access is combined with other authentication methods, the anonymous access applications will be shown along with a 'Sign in' link for users to enter credentials.


All these methods will be enabled and configured in the z/Scope Anywhere Configuration Manager: choose the methods and configure the mapping in the 'Authentication' tab.



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