Options - Network

In the program's Options (Edit Options or F10), the tab Network allows you to set the options regarding your proxy server and the server module of Password Depot.

Enterprise Server

  • Default authentication mode: Here, you can set a default authentication mode to login on the Enterprise Server. If you choose an authentication mode, it will always be pre-selected in the Enterprise Server login window by default. This way, you do not have to manually select the required authentication mode each time you would like to connect to the server. The following options are available: Integrated Windows Authentication (SSO), Sign in with username and password as well as Azure AD Authentication.
  • Default Domain Name: The Default Domain Name option allows you to predefine the domain name for PD Server authentication. This makes it easier for you to log in, as you only need to enter your username. The domain name will be added automatically in the DOMAIN\username format.
  • Default UPN Suffix: The Default UPN Suffix is an option that allows you to define the User Principal Name (UPN) suffix for PD Server authentication. Similar to the Default Domain Name, this feature simplifies the login process, as you only need to enter your username. The UPN suffix will be added automatically in the [email protected] format.
  • User Logon Name Format: Choose the appropriate logon format based on your organization's structure and security requirements.
    • Simple: With this format, you only need to enter your username to log in. No additional information such as domain or UPN suffix is required.

    • <Domain><sAMAcountName>: In this format, the username is entered along with the domain. The input is in the form of "DOMAIN\Username". Here, "DOMAIN" represents the name of the domain where the user is registered, and "Username" represents the individual username.

    • UPN (User Principal Name): In this format, the username is entered along with the UPN suffix. The input is in the form of "[email protected]". Here, "username" represents the individual username, and "upn.suffix" represents the predefined UPN suffix. This option is helpful when users from different domains need to access the same server.

  • Internet Protocol version: Here, you can choose between three options (Auto, IPv4, and IPv6) for the internet protocol.
  • Automatically reconnect on network errors : If you check this option, the software will automatically try to re-establish a connection after errors pertaining to the network connection.
  • Reconnect interval (sec): Here, you can set the temporal distance (in seconds) between the automatic attempts at reconnecting.
  • Reconnect attempts: Allows you to set how often the program should try to re-establish a connection.

SSL/TLS Settings

If your administrator installed a certificate on the Enterprise Server, you can define the settings for the SSL/TLS connection to the server: whether an SSL/TLS connection should be used and, whether the server certificate should be verified.