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This feature is new in Ignition version 8.1
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The Gateway General Security Settings page is new for release 8.1. This page determines security permissions for the Gateway and Designer. 



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Restricting Gateway Access



Gateway Security Settings Table

SettingDescription
System User SourceThis user source controls access to the Designer when the Designer Authentication Strategy is set to Classic. This field is required.
System Identity ProviderDropdown list to select the Identity Provider that controls access to the Gateway's web configuration interface and the Designer (only when the Designer Authentication Strategy is set to Identity Provider).

When enabled, Ignition will always ask the IdP to re-authenticate the user by default. This effectively disables Single Sign-On. 

This field is required.

Designer Authentication Strategy 

Controls how the Designer authenticates users. Options are Classic or Identity Provider.

  • Classic: The Classic strategy requires the user to enter their username and password in an embedded login form in the Designer. Classic authentication is performed against the System User Source.
  • Identity Provider: The Identity Provider strategy redirects the user to their IdP in their web browser in order to authenticate. The System Identity Provider setting controls which Identity Provider the user is redirected to. Required.    

This field is required. Additional options on this screen will change depending on the Designer Authentication Strategy that is selected here.

Designer Permissions

  • Users must belong to all of these security levels in order to login to the Designer.
  • Users must belong to at least one of these security levels in order to login to the Designer. 


Caution: Empty value in this field means "Public" security level: Access will be unrestricted.

Create Project Permissions

  • Users must belong to at least one of these security levels in order to create a new Designer project. 
 

Caution: Empty value in this field means "Public" security level: Access will be unrestricted.

Designer Role(s)

Users must belong to at least one of these roles in order to log into the Designer. Multiple roles can be specified by separating them with commas, for example: Administrator, Operator.

Create Project Role(s)Users must belong to at least one of these roles in order to create a new Designer project. Multiple roles can be specified by separating them with commas, for example: Administrator, Operator.

Gateway Config Permissions

  • Users must belong to all of these security levels in order to login to the configuration section.

Multiple security level paths can be specified by separating them with commas. For example, Authenticated/Roles/Administrator, SecurityZones/localhost

Caution: Empty value in this field means "Public" security level: Access will be unrestricted.

Status Page Permissions

  • Multiple security level paths can be specified by separating them with commas, for example: Authenticated/Roles/Administrator, SecurityZones/localhost.

Caution: Empty value in this field means "Public" security level: Access will be unrestricted.

Home Page Permissions

  • Multiple security level paths can be specified by separating them with commas, for example: Authenticated/Roles/Administrator, SecurityZones/localhost.

Caution: Empty value in this field means "Public" security level: Access will be unrestricted.

User Inactivity Timeout

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The number of minutes which must elapse before expiring a user's gateway web interface session to inactivity. Sessions will not timeout if set to any number less than or equal to zero.  

Allow User AdminAllows the administration of the gateway's system user source from the Designer and client. Unless this is enabled, the Vision module's 'User Management Component' will be prevented from altering the gateway's system user source and scripts will not be able to alter users or roles. (Default is false.)
Allow Designer SSO

Allows single-sign-on authentication for logging into the Designer if the System User Source supports it. The Designer SSO capability is only available when the Designer Authentication Strategy is set to Classic. (Default is false.)

Gateway Audit ProfileDropdown list to select the The name of the audit profile that Gateway-scoped actions will log to.


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