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You can configure user authentication once you are signed in to the Admin Web UI. Access Server supports local authentication, where you configure users in the Admin Web UI. You can also use an external authentication system with PAM, RADIUS, LDAP, or SAML.

The default is local authentication, where Access Server manages your credentials. Under User Management, you can add users and define their permissions at the user, group, and global levels. You can also integrate with an external authentication system using PAM, RADIUS, LDAP, or SAML. For example, you can set up a connection to an LDAP connector to integrate with Windows Server Active Directory.

Access Server 2.10 and newer supports using multiple authentication systems simultaneously. For more information, refer to Authentication System.