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Radius Authentication Method Settings

When you use RADIUS as an authentication method, you need to set some parameters:
Name
Choose a name to identify this authentication method.
Server IP
Enter the RADIUS Server IP
Port
Enter the RADIUS Port
Shared Secret
Enter the RADIUS Shared Secret
Authentication Type
Choose your authentication type. The 'EAP' option stands for all the EAP authentication methods.
Test Configuration
Press this button to communicate with RADIUS and test the information entered in the above fields to see if it is correct.

7.2.5.3. Oauth 2.0 Authentication Method Settings

When you use OAuth 2.0 as an authentication method, you need to set some parameters.
For predefined methods (Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Dropbox), the only parameters you will need are the client ID and shared secret
Name
Choose a name to identify this authentication method.
Virtual Path
Type a Virtual Path. If you access your Thinfinity VirtualUI URL followed by the virtual path:
http(s)://ip:port/virtualPath
the application will attempt to log in with this method.
If you change this value, remember to change the CSS for SSO options, setting the style for each login button. The ID for each button must match the Virtual path.
Client ID
Enter your authentication provider Client ID, generated while configuring your account integration.
Client Secret
Your authentication provider's Client Secret generated while configuring your account integration.
In the 'Server' tab of the Authentication Method Settings, you will find that the fields are completed by default for the predefined methods. Like Google in this case:
When you add an Oauth 2.0 method that is not predefined, you will need to complete these fields.
Authorization URL
Enter here the URL where your authentication provider can be reached to request authorization.
Authorization parameters
Additional parameters for the authorization URL
Token Validation Server URL
Enter your authentication provider's token validation server URL.
Profile Information server URL
Enter your authentication provider's information server URL.
Login username value returned in JSON
The name of the login username field as returned in a JSON from you authentication provider.