How could be set both IP (on-campus) and LDAP (off-campus) authentication for a Muse application?

The functioning principle of this authentication scenario is as follows: – the enduser accesses the provided Muse URL; – if the enduser’s IP is among the IPs/subnets configured for the desired application then he/she will be successfully logged in; – if the enduser is not IP authenticated then he/she will be presented with a Muse…

How can I set LDAP authentication for a Muse application?

You can configure LDAP authentication as a single authentication method. The steps are: – copy the ${MUSE_HOME}/use/ice/profiles/ICELoginModuleLDAP.xml file into the application which is to be configured, into the ${MUSE_HOME}/home/ApplicationID/profiles/ folder, where replace ApplicationID with the exact application ID you wish to configure with LDAP authentication. – configure the necessary Muse login modules for the application….

What authentication types a Muse Proxy Application supports?

For authenticating the end-users into a Muse Proxy Application the following authentication modules are available: –ProxyLoginModuleUserPassword. Performs User Name/Password authentication. –ProxyLoginModuleIP. Performs IP authentication based on client machine IP. –ProxyLoginModuleLDAP. Performs authentication against a LDAP Server. –ProxyLoginModuleFTP. Performs authentication against a FTP Server. The FTP authentication module supports NONE, SSL or TLS connection encryptions. –…