End-User Authentication

Thinfinity VirtualUI allows you to protect the published applications by applying Active Directory (AD) objects to each one of them. In order to be able to see and execute an application in the Thinfinity VirtualUI environment, either the application must have anonymous access or the end-user must provide credentials that satisfy the AD objects assigned to that application.

Thinfinity VirtualUI lets you activate one or more authentication methods, allowing for the mapping of credentials to AD objects, which in turn will grant access to the applications that had the same AD objects applied. Also, the end-user identification is passed on to the application in order to allow a Single Sign-On.

Read the following sections to learn how to implement the available authentication methods in VirtualUI web-enabled applications.

Read more:

· Entering Credentials

· Processing End-User Credentials

· Authentication Methods

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