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About the Auth Priority Page

 

You are here: Configure > Security Services > User Firewall > Auth Priority.

Use this page to enable or disable authentication priority configuration options.

Table 1 describes the fields on the Auth Priority page.

Table 1: Fields on the Auth Priority Page

Field

Description

Enable local authentication

Select the Enable local authentication check box to enable local authentication.

Priority

Enter a priority value (1 through 65,535) in the Priority field.

Note: The default local authentication priority value is 100.

Enable firewall authentication

Select the check box to enable firewall authentication.

Priority

Enter a priority value (1 through 65,535) in the Priority field.

Note: The default firewall authentication priority value is 150.

Enable unified access control

Select the check box to enable UAC authentication.

Priority

Enter a priority value (1 through 65,535) in the Priority field.

Note: The default local authentication priority value is 200.

Enable active directory

Select the check box to enable UAC authentication.

Priority

Enter a priority value (1 through 65,535) in the Priority field.

Note: The default local authentication priority value is 125.

OK

Click OK to save the configuration changes.

Reset

Click Reset to set the priority values and enable options to the default configuration.

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