Centrify Identity Service Documentation
User Portal Online Help
This help system provides end user instructions for the Centrify identity platform.
Application Configuration Online Help
This help system provides instructions for administrators who need to configureand deploy web and mobile applications using Centrify Identity Service.
Cloud Manager Online Help
This help system provides instructions for administrators who need to administer applications, users, devices, and policies using the Centrify identity platform.
Centrify Cloud release notes.
Authentication Guide for Apache Servers
This guide explains how to install and configure the Centrify web application support package for Apache servers. This package enables you to provide Active Directory authentication for web browser clients on Apache servers.
Authentication Guide for Java Applications
This guide explains how to install and configure the Centrify web application support package for Java applications running on Tomcat, JBoss, WebLogic, and WebSphere application servers. This package enables you to provide Active Directory authentication for web browser clients on Linux, UNIX, or Windows servers.
Authentication Guide for ADFS
This guide shows you how to configure single sign-on to Internet applications through federated identity authentication. This guide explains how to configure Centrify software for Apache, Tomcat, JBoss, WebLogic and WebSphere servers through the use of simple, sample applications. These sample applications enable you to test and verify configuration settings before deploying in a production environment.
Authentication Guide for SAP
This guide shows you how to enable SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and SAP R/3 users to authenticate to SAP via the SAP GUI client application on a Windows workstation, without having to type in a user ID and password. With this solution, users who has been properly configured with an SAP account can access the desired SAP business application using their Active Directory user credentials. The user gains single sign-on capability, increasing user acceptance and reducing support desk calls to reset passwords and unlock accounts. In addition, the administrator can disable the user account centrally in Active Directory and immediately remove the user's access to SAP.
Authentication Guide for Netweaver AS Java
This document describes DirectControl for NetWeaver, which enables NetWeaver J2EE applications to use DirectControl as their authentication mechanism, provides users with single sign-on (SSO) capability, and enables the administrator to disable user accounts centrally in Active Directory (AD).
Authentication Guide for IBM DB2
This document describes how to extend DirectControl's authentication services to DB2® database instances. This solution allows you to use Microsoft Active Directory as the centralized authentication and access control data store in a heterogeneous environment containing Windows and UNIX computers, as well as DB2 relational database management systems.