Updated Jan 12, 2017

Using the Remote Authentication feature of ScreenSteps you can use Atlassian Crowd to manage who has access to ScreenSteps content. When you use Remote Authentication, ScreenSteps uses a 3rd party service to authenticate users rather than the built-in authentication.

We have written a PHP script that uses the Crowd SOAP API via the PHP Client Library for Atlassian Crowd by Infinite Campus, Inc. to check if a user has rights to log into ScreenSteps. This chapter will walk you through how to configure Crowd, ScreenSteps and the PHP script in order to get Remote Authentication working.

You can download the PHP scripts from http://bluemangolearning.com/download/screensteps/resources/remote_login/crowd/sslive-crowd-auth.zip

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