To adapt system authenication settings, select Administration and choose Settings from the left side menu.
You can adapt the following under the Authentication tab:
- Select if the authentication is required.
- Select an option for self-registration.
- Define the minimum password length.
- Select what character classes should be part of the password.
- Define the minimum number of required character classes.
- Define the number of days, after which a password change should be enforced.
- Define the number of the most recently used passwords that a user should not be allowed to reuse.
- Activate the Forgot your password.
- Define the number of failed login attempts, after which a user will be temporarily blocked.
- Define the duration of the time, for which the user will be blocked after failed login attempts.
- 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.
- 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.
- Log user login, name, and mail address for all requests.
- Enable REST web service. This activates an API-Interface, which allows communication between external services (for example MS Office) and the instance.
- Don’t forget to save your changes.