Use this procedure if you are running on Windows and have access to two Windows domain accounts. If you don't have access to multiple accounts, see Using Reflection X Internal Authentication.
When you install Reflection X Advantage on a computer in a Windows domain, the only requirement for users to access the Reflection X Advantage domain is a successful logon using their Windows credentials. In this exercise, you'll see how this works by testing authentication for a sample user. In an actual installation, subsequent users would be added automatically whenever they log on successfully to your Reflection X Advantage domain using their Windows credentials.
To test authentication using Windows credentials
From the tabs located along the left-hand side of the Administrative Console, click. Note the following:
Your name is already added to the list of user accounts, and the checkbox underis selected. By default, the first user to log on is set as a Reflection X domain administrator.
On a Windows system,is set to “Windows” by default.
Clickto see the currently configured Windows domain. Click to close the dialog box without making any changes. When is selected (the default), any user who can authenticate to this Windows domain can automatically authenticate to the Reflection X domain.
Click. In the dialog box, enter the name and password of your sample user account (this can be any user account that has access to the current Windows domain), then click .
If authentication is successful, Reflection X Advantage adds the user automatically to thelist.
To continue the evaluation, go to Creating and Using Public Session Settings.