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    External Authentication


    EventLog Analyzer provides two external user authentications apart from the local authentication. They are Active Directory authentication and Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service (RADIUS) authentication. Configure the Active Directory settings and RADIUS server settings

    Active Directory configurations

    To access Active Directory configurations, use the following menu options:

    • Settings tab > Admin Settings: External Authentication: > AD: Schedule/Enable

     

     How to import users, schedule user import, and enable Active Directory user authentication?

    Active Directory configuration

    1. Import Active Directory users in to EventLog Analyzer. Refer the procedure given in User Management section.

    2. To synchronize the current AD users in EventLog Analyzer, periodically import the users. Select the Schedule AD import once in every __ days option and enter the number of days and save this option

    3. To enable or disable AD user authentication, click the Enable/Disable button

       

       

    RADIUS server configurations

    To access RADIUS server configurations, use the following menu options:

    • Settings tab > Admin Settings: External Authentication: > RADIUS: Authentication

    How to configure RADIUS server authentication?

    RADIUS server configuration

    RADIUS server authentication can be set as default authentication for EventLog Analyzer.

    1. Enter the IP address of the host where RADIUS server is running

    2. Enter the port used by the RADIUS server for authenticating users

    3. Select the protocol that is used to authenticate users

    4. Enter the RADIUS server secret used by the server for authentication

    5. In 'Authentication Retries' field, select the number of retries allowed for logging into EventLog Analyzer with RADIUS Server authentication

    6. Complete the RADIUS server configuration operation using the Save button.

    • Go to Settings -> Manage Users and add accounts (which you would like to use for RADIUS Authentication) with a dummy password.
    • Logout and log in again with RADIUS Authentication