Windows Logon

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Windows Logon means that the end-user will have to enter Windows Activate Directory credentials in order to gain access to a set of z/Scope Anywhere connection profiles.


The profiles matching the credentials provided in their the 'Profiles' tab of the z/Scope Anywhere Configuration Manager will be the profiles shown to the authenticated user, along with those with the 'Anonymous Access' option checked.


Windows Logon is enabled by default in the 'Authentication' tab of the z/Scope Anywhere Configuration Manager. Toggle its availability as an authentication method by checking or unchecking it.



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