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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2007

    Jace direct login? No username paswword

    I have a Jace running a house and have a PC and mobile interface. When connecting to the internal IP, I would like to set it up so the customer can one click in. The external IP of course would use the password. Is there a way to do this? Thanks.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    used to work with R2

    In the Address Bar, type in the following: \\[user]:[password]@[host]:[port]


    [user] = the user name of the station

    [password] = password used to log into the station

    [host] = IP address or name of the desired station

    [port] = the http port of the station (note: if using the default port of 80, the port number is not required)
    Second place is the first loser.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2002
    Is there a way through Niagara G3 WorkBench to log into multiple ENC/ENS stations without being re-prompted for the Username and Password for each station?

    Starting in AX-3.3, a multi-station “realms” feature was added. This feature allows a Workbench user to open one station (fox), then have Workbench access to other stations, without re-prompting for credentials.

    The following must be performed in each station, where each station must have the same “realm” name:

    Open the property sheet of the root-level Config component in the station.
    In the “Sys Info” property, click the Facets control (>>) for the Config Facets editor.
    The Config Facets editor appears
    Add a key named “realms” of type String, with the string value (whatever desired) for the realm name.
    To do this in the Config Facets dialog:
    Click the “+” button.
    Under Key, select “realms” from the dropdown menu.
    Under Type, be sure that String is selected.
    Click in the “Value” field and type the name of the realm. Note this realm value has no literal meaning, but must be the same for all stations.
    Click OK to add the facet.
    Repeat this procedure for every station that’s part of the single sign-on realm.

    Note: This feature requires that the user has an account (with same credentials) on each station in the realm. Otherwise, the user will still be prompted to login.

    For additional information, reference the section, “WorkBench single sign-on (SSO) realm”, located in chapter 9 of the Niagara AX-3.x User Guide.
    Second place is the first loser.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Haven't been on site, but will try this.

  5. #5
    There is the "guest" user option - might this be what you're looking for?

    User guest

    User "guest," if enabled, provides station access from a browser with no login required (no authentication).

    By default, the guest user is disabled (and it is recommended to leave disabled). While guest is disabled, all station access requires authentication, meaning a browser user is always prompted for user name and password. In this case, station login as "guest" is not available (using either a browser or Workbench).

    If enabled, any browser pointed to the host (http://<hostIpAddress>) sees "home" in the Nav file assigned to guest. The browser operator can then navigate in the normal fashion, providing that guest has read permissions for objects. Access of an object lacking guest permissions produces the login prompt, whereby the operator must login (as a non-guest user) to proceed.

    Password assigned to guest (if any) is ignored when accessing the station via a browser as mentioned above. However, if opening the station in Workbench as user guest, or if accessing the station via a browser using a URL similar to: http://<hostIpAddress>/login , password for guest is checked.

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