Difference between Windows Authentication and Windows Integrated Logon when mapping a server in DocuShare Drive
the Network Tab of DocuShare Drive Properties, under Authentication, the
following options exist:
Integrate with Windows logon: Provides access to
all mapped DocuShare servers by logging onto your Windows desktop. Your
encrypted Windows logon information and DocuShare credentials are stored in a
private registry, which enables access to DocuShare using a single logon.
Note: If the DocuShare
server is configured for auto-login, then the same functionality is provided.
Prompt for password for each DocuShare account: Displays a logon
window each time you access the DocuShare server.
Authenticate based on my Windows user credentials is basically the same option as above. However, this allows a User to change the
Default Setting .
You can disable use of this feature when you map a server
by clicking the Advanced button and then unchecking Authenticate based on my
Windows user credentials. The DocuShare administrator can configure a DocuShare
server to use the auto-login feature. That feature allows Windows domain
authentication to handle DocuShare login authentication. If a DocuShare server
is configured for auto-login, the feature is automatically enabled for
Drive (DSDrive) can be configured for either option by default, but when
mapping an additional DocuShare Server, this can be changed so that
Authentication can occur differently, such as for the Network User who needs to
also login to DocuShare as “Admin”
Published: November 23rd,
Solution ID: 1717