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Windows Authentication for the Deployment Manager Site

Have the ability to use Integrated Windows Authentication to the Deployment manager website

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    Jim JosephJim Joseph shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    completed  ·  Chris SmithAdminChris Smith (Admin, Red Gate) responded  · 

    We’ve added integrated Windows/Active Directory authentication in today’s release of Deployment Manager (v2.2.0).

    Deployment Manager now supports logging in with your windows domain credentials. This means that you no longer need to manage accounts in Deployment Manager itself.

    Once you’ve turned this on in the Server Tools config app, when you create new accounts or disable accounts in Active Directory, those changes take effect in Deployment Manager automatically.

    Furthermore, any user who is an Windows administrator on the Deployment Manager server machine is given Deployment Manager system administrator rights by default.

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      • Chris SmithAdminChris Smith (Admin, Red Gate) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        We've added integrated Windows/Active Directory authentication in today's release of Deployment Manager (v2.2.0).

        Deployment Manager now supports logging in with your windows domain credentials. This means that you no longer need to manage accounts in Deployment Manager itself.

        Once you’ve turned this on in the Server Tools config app, when you create new accounts or disable accounts in Active Directory, those changes take effect in Deployment Manager automatically.

        Furthermore, any user who is an Windows administrator on the Deployment Manager server machine is given Deployment Manager system administrator rights by default.

      • Bart ReadBart Read commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I'd like to generalise this and ask for both AD and LDAP authentication support.

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