Authentication settings

To adapt system authenication settings, select Administration and choose Settings from the left side menu.

You can adapt the following under the Authentication  tab:

  1. Select if the authentication is required.
  2. Select an option for self-registration.
  3. Define the minimum password length.
  4. Select what character classes should be part of the password.
  5. Define the minimum number of required character classes.
  6. Define the number of days, after which a password change should be enforced.
  7. Define the number of the most recently used passwords that a user should not be allowed to reuse.
  8. Activate the Forgot your password.
  9. Define the number of failed login attempts, after which a user will be temporarily blocked.
  10. Define the duration of the time, for which the user will be blocked after failed login attempts.
  11. Enable or disable the autologin option. This allows a user to remain logged in, even if he/she leaves the site. Is this option is activated, the “Stay signed in” option will appear on the login screen.
  12. Activate the session expiration option. If you select this option, an additional field will open, where you will be able to define the inactivity time duration before the session expiry.
  13. Log user login, name, and mail address for all requests.
  14. Enable REST web service. This activates an API-Interface, which allows communication between external services (for example MS Office) and the instance.
  15. Don’t forget to save your changes.

System authentication settings