pasPortal 2019.03.05 RTM
Written By Gary Fletcher
The pasPortal has been updated with some new features and enhancements to existing functionality.
Authentication Type SelectionCustomers can now choose to have users authenticated using either username/password combination (with optional allowing of password saving) or using Single Sign On (SSO) or any permutation thereof. Some customers do not like having credentials persist across sessions. Others want only SSO and no username/password option.
What do we have to do to use Single Sign On?Single Sign On requires that customers have their own SSO infrastructure capable of integrating with Active Directory Federation Services and must conform to pasUNITY security guidelines and provide the necessary SSO claims to allow for account provisioning. If your organization is interested in setting up SSO with pasPortal submit a request to the pasUNITY Help Desk from your designated Technical Point of Contact for more information.
Anything else in this pasPortal release?There are always several under-the-hood changes to tighten security. We also incorporate changes to support pasUNITY Enterprise Suite client applications and services (like pasUnity, pasTransfer, and pasFusion) but for the most part those changes are detailed in the release notes for those particular products. You can also count on minor updates to styling and script performance as we are always updating our compiler platform and the scripting libraries and frameworks the pasPortal is built on.
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