The enterprise edition of Tersus supports windows authentication by using the JCIFS library. You can read more about JCIFS in the project's web site. This page outlines the basic way to set up windows authentication for Tersus.
To support authentication, you need to identify (or create) a windows shared folder that will act as a logical gateway to the application: users will be able to log into the Tersus application only if they have read access to that folder.
Add the following lines to your applications configuration file (Configuration.xml in the Studio or Tomcat context file in a deployment environment)
<Parameter name="jcifs.http.domainController" value="[Host name]"/> <Parameter name="jcifs.smb.client.logonShare" value="[Share name]"/>
Replace [Host name] with the name or IP address of the computer that hosts the shared folder and [Share name[ with name with which the folder was shared.Logging In
After setting up your server, the next time you try to log-in, one of the 1 scenarios will take place:
Interner Explorer will by default log you in automatically.
In Firefx you may need to make the following changes to your setup to enable automatic log-in:
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