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Hi!

I have a qeustion if it possible to let Ensemble manage user rights from AD-user group?

What i want is to let external user have access to certain CPS-pages to read information. But not let them have access to Ensemble it self. And instead to set up individual accounts in Ensemble for each one of them i rather want to have dem in an AD-securitygroup.

Is that possible and also limit them only to choosen CSP-pages?

Last answer 19 February 2019 Last comment 21 February 2019
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I am working on an ZAUTHENTICATE.mac to move us from local cache users to Delegated Authentication against LDAP. 

I have created a user role within my instance of Ensemble that matches the AD Group that I will be assigning everyone in my group to.  Is there a way to query the list of available Roles within Ensemble, and if one of my AD groups matches that role, set the role for that user?

How would I compare the AD Group against the Role listing?

Thanks

Scott

Last answer 17 February 2018 Last comment 20 February 2018
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I am working through trying to use ZAUTHENTICATE.mac and LDAP.mac to do Delegated sign on into Ensemble. In reading over the samples and the documentation, I am not clearly finding on how to set the Appropriate Role from the LDAP group I return. Can someone help explain this part to me? If I have a user sign on, and I return a "Group" from the Authentication, how do I get that to transform into the Role I need for Ensemble.

Thanks

Scott Roth

Last answer 12 February 2018
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Hi,

Does calling the BIND method of %SYS.LDAP, with the username, domain and password of the user that  needs to be authenticated- the right way to authenticate him/her ?

Also - am I correct in assuming that something like this is independant to (and I don't  need to specify setting for),  System Security -> LDAP Options 

Thanks

Steve

 

 

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Our client is a test out of 2016.1 (Build 656U) Healthshare that wants to do a one way SSL connection to our Java 1.7/Tomcat 8.0 server.  We have yet to come up with a secure cipher set that Healthshare and Java agree on for the handshake.  So far we've had to use these ciphers identified which are not recommended (though it does do a handshake properly).

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