I have a LDAP for Nx Witness to authenticate the users.
The users are imported and enabled. This is my observation.
a) After the LDAP user has successfully logged in the system, then the user logs out and logs in again, Nx Witness does not authenticate the user from LDAP and simply restores the session.
b) While the user is still in the session for more than 5 minutes (seems hardcoded), Nx Witness keeps sending LDAP authenticate requests. The user can still stay in the session independent of the LDAP authentication result.
c) If the user has logged out for more than 5 minutes (seems hardcoded). Nx Witness will authenticate the LDAP user.
d) On the server setting, it is possible force terminate the session for all users e.g., 30 minutes (configurable).
e) When d) happens, Nx Witness will authenticate the LDAP user if the user logs in again.
1. Regarding a), can I force Nx Witness to authenticate the user every time the user logs in?
2. Regarding b), what is the purpose of checking the LDAP user?
3. Regarding c), can I configure to have shorter duration e.g. 10 seconds instead of 5 minutes?
4. Regarding d), can I configure to terminate the users only if there is no user activity?
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