Menu path: Sessions > Evidian AuthMgr > Evidian AuthMgr Sessions > [Session name] > Options

Specify further options for your Evidian AuthMgr session.

Session type
Possible values:

  • Citrix ICA
  • RDP
  • VMware Horizon
  • Custom

If you have selected the user-defined session type, you can enter your own start and stop commands here:

Custom start command: Command that is executed when the card is inserted. (Example: /wfs/start.bash)

Custom stop command: Command that is executed when the card is removed. (Example: /wfs/stopp.bash)

Language selection: Language selection of catalog messages.
Possible values:

  • Automatic
  • English (UK)
  • English (US)
  • German
  • French
  • Custom

Custom catalog of messages: Choose here the file for the custom catalog of messages. (Default: /services/evidian/share/locale/en/

Availability message

☑ A message is shown when the authentication tool is available.

☐ A message is not shown when the authentication tool is available. (Default)

Tapping mode

☑ The operating mode can be changed by briefly tapping the card on the reader. Each tap triggers an action.

☐ The operating mode cannot be changed by tapping the card on the reader. (Default)

Delay for dynamic tapping: Tapping delay in seconds. (Default: 3)

Allow password authentication

☑ Password is required for the authentication.

☐ Password is not required for the authentication. (Default)

Allow password forgotten

☑ Resetting the password is allowed.

☐ Resetting the password is not allowed. (Default)

Default domain name for password authentication: Domain name used by default for password authentication.

Debug mode

☑ Debug mode is activated, and all outputs are switched to the default error output.

☐ Debug mode is deactivated. (Default)

Level for trace: Specifies the trace level. The level of detail of the log messages decreases as you move down through the selection list.
Possible values:

  • none
  • low
  • medium
  • high
  • details

Use configuration file

☑ Instead of the preconfigured session, a custom configuration file is used. All other session settings are ignored.

☐ A custom configuration file is not used. (Default)

Path: Path to the configuration file with file name. (Example: /etc/rsUserAuth/rsUserAuth.ini)