Configuration Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 8.6
User Authentication
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User Authentication

Table Of Contents

User Authentication

About User Authentication Options

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Authentication

Third-Party Authentication for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Server

Integration-Specific Authentication

When the System Uses Each Authentication Option


User Authentication


About User Authentication Options

When the System Uses Each Authentication Option

About User Authentication Options

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Authentication

Third-Party Authentication for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Server

Integration-Specific Authentication

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Authentication

Depending on what the isLocalUser user profile setting is for each user, the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace system authenticates users by one of these methods:

Locally against the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace user database (isLocalUser is Yes)

Externally through AXL authentication (isLocalUser is No)


Note For details, see "External AXL Authentication for Directory Service Users".


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When the System Uses Each Authentication Option

Directory Service isLocalUser Setting In User Profiles

Third-Party Authentication for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Server

If you do not want to use system authentication for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web user portal, you can use third party authentication software, for example:

HTTP Basic Authentication (Domain)

LDAP

Trust External Authentication

Windows Integrated Authentication


Note For details, see Configuring User Authentication for Web Server .


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When the System Uses Each Authentication Option

Integration-Specific Authentication

Some integrations might use authentication options that are separate from and not controlled by Cisco Unified MeetingPlace. Examples:

Cisco WebEx

Microsoft Outlook front-end integration using the Single Sign-On authentication method

Related Topics

When the System Uses Each Authentication Option

When the System Uses Each Authentication Option

Table 1 Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Authentication Options 

User Sign-in Method
Authentication Method

Over the phone (TUI1 )

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Authentication

From the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web user portal

Third-Party Authentication for the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Web Server (if configured)

Otherwise, Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Authentication

From the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Application Server

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Authentication

From the Cisco WebEx site

Cisco WebEx authentication

From a Cisco Unified IP Phone with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace PhoneView

Cisco Unified MeetingPlace System Authentication of the Profile PIN is used to join meetings from Cisco Unified MeetingPlace PhoneView.

Note As the system administrator, you enter the username and password of the user when you define the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace service parameters in Cisco Unified Communications Manager. This enables the user to subscribe to and use Cisco Unified MeetingPlace PhoneView.

From Microsoft Outlook

Remember MeCisco Unified MeetingPlace System Authentication and stored cookies.

Single Sign-On—User signs in to Microsoft Exchange or to Active Directory with matching Username and Outlook Single Sign-On Domain configured in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.

1 TUI = telephone user interface


Related Topics

About User Authentication Options

Configuring User Authentication for Web Server

About Integrating with Cisco WebEx

Integrating with Cisco Unified IP Phones

Configuring the Default Authentication Method for Microsoft Outlook Users