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WebSEAL supports multiple authentication methods, provides Security Access Authorization service, and single sign on capabilities.
To enable WebSEAL, click the WebSEAL radio button option on the Security Configuration page. When WebSEAL is enabled, the radio button will turn blue to indicate the on status.
Caution: It is strongly advised that the user confirm, in a separate session, that at least one user (preferably an admin) be able to log-in successfully via WebSEAL before the user that enabled WebSEAL logs out. Otherwise, if there is an issue, no one will be able to access SecurityCenter to turn WebSEAL off.
To disable WebSEAL, click the WebSEAL radio button option on the Security Configuration page. The radio button will become gray once disabled and the password/confirm password boxes will appear. This will update the password for the user turning WebSEAL off.
Caution: Any user created while WebSEAL was enabled will not have a password and an admin must update the user account to establish a password. Any user that existed before the enabling of WebSEAL will have to revert to their old password.