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How to Set Up and Enable or Disable Authentication

Updated: December 1, 2008

Applies To: Application Virtualization

The Application Virtualization Server Management Console lets you enable or disable Windows authentication, which lets you to define who has access to the system. You can use the following procedures to set up and disable authentication from the Provider Policies Results pane of the console.

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  Normally, you set up authentication when you add a provider policy through the New Provider Policy Wizard.

To set up authentication

  1. Click the Provider Policies node to display the list of provider policies in the Results pane.

  2. Right-click the provider policy, and select Properties .

  3. Select the Provider Pipeline tab.

  4. Make sure the Authentication check box is selected.

  5. Select the authentication level from the drop-down list.

  6. Click Apply or OK .

To enable or disable authentication

  1. Click the Provider Policies node to display the list of provider policies in the Results pane.

  2. Right-click the provider policy, and select Properties .

  3. Select the Provider Pipeline tab.

  4. Select the Authentication check box to enable authentication. Clear the box to disable it.

See Also

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