Use the Authentication panel to specify the Account authentication methods.
To log into the CommuniGate Pro Account, a user (a client application) supplies a password, directly, or via some secure authentication protocol. For successful authentication:
Besides the password-based authentication methods, CommuniGate Pro Server can authenticate its Account users using other methods, such as Kerberos and TLS Certificates. See the Security section for the details.
CommuniGate Password: CommuniGate Pro Account internal password can be stored as an Account setting (see above). The following settings control how this internal CommuniGate password is used.
CommuniGate Password: This setting tells the Server if it should compare the user-provided password and the internal CommuniGate Password.
Password Complexity: This setting specifies how complex the user-supplied CommuniGate Password should be.
any: no restriction
mixed case letters: the password must contain both upper-case and lower-case letters
Letters and Digits: the password must contain both upper-case and lower-case letters, and at least one decimal digit.
Password Encryption: This setting specifies how the Server should store the CommuniGate Password. If the clear option is selected, the password is stored as a clear-text string. All other options specify various encryption methods. In most cases, you will not specify this setting on a per-account basis, but rather using the Domain Account Defaults or global Account Defaults. The U-crpt password encryption is used for compatibility with the Unix "crypt" encryption method and it should be used for migrating users from other servers only. The U-crtp-encrypted passwords can not be used for Secure (SASL) Authentication methods. See the