Adding or Editing a Domain
To edit an existing domain, click the Configure icon to the right of the domain you wish to edit.
The interface provides the same fields for both adding and editing a domain, but the Authentication Type and
Domain Name fields cannot be changed when editing an existing domain.
To create access policies, you must first create authentication domains. By default, the LocalDomain authentication domain is already defined. The LocalDomain domain is the internal user database. Additional domains can be created that require authentication to remote authentication servers. The SMA appliance supports RADIUS, LDAP, Active Directory, and Digital Certificate authentication in addition to internal user database authentication.
You can create multiple domains that authenticate users with usernames and passwords stored on the SMA appliance to display different portals (such as a Secure Mobile Access portal page) to different users.
For convenient configuration of SMA appliance administrator accounts, you can create a domain that provides administrator access for all users who log in to that domain. Either LDAP or Active Directory authentication is used for this type of domain.
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