Your intranet is private by default and members use their Communifire account to login by default.
Communifire offers settings to make your intranet public as well as Single Sign On (SSO) friendly using the following providers:
Active Directory SSO
ADFS / SAML 2.0 SSO
Azure AD SSO
Custom SSO Integration
When your intranet is private, users that are not logged in will see a page where they can login with a username, email, or any Single Sign On (SSO) options that are enabled. Visitors also have the option to register for an account or reset their password.
Single Sign On (SSO)
When your intranet is public, users that are not logged in will see your homepage and all public spaces.You can easily control which content visitors can view using permissions. Check or uncheck Guest permissions in Control Panel > Content for top level content and in Manage Space for space content.
To make your intranet public, go to Control Panel > System > General Settings > Site Settings > Allow access only to registered members.
Enable Two-Factor Authentication on your site to add an extra layer of security.
You can set the maximum number of invalid login attempts allowed before an account is locked.
Go to Control Panel > System > System Properties and search for MaxInvalidLoginAttempts.
To unlock an account, click Forgot Password . An administrator can also reset a user's password in Control Panel > People > Manage People .
How to Change the Login Type
You can set the login type to email, username, or both.
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