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Enabling or Disabling a Security Service

The Zoomdata supervisor can enable or disable a security authentication service.

Enabling a Security Service

To enable a security authentication service:

  1. Log in as the Zoomdata supervisor.

  2. Click to access the Supervisor menu and then select Security.

    The Security page appears. It consists of four tabs: Security Services, SAML Settings, LDAP Settings, and Kerberos Settings.

  3. On the Security Services tab, use the appropriate toggle to switch ON the authentication service you want to enable.

  4. Click .

    After the settings have been saved, the status of the authentication service changes to Will start on next restart.

  5. Close the Zoomdata UI.

  6. Access the Linux prompt and log into your Zoomdata server (via Secure Shell or SSH).

  7. Restart the Zoomdata server service. See Restarting Zoomdata Microservices.

    Wait a few minutes for the Zoomdata service to fully restart, then open a new browser window and log back in as the supervisor. Verify that your changes took effect. After restarting Zoomdata, the authentication service status changes to Started.

    If you receive an error message stating that the connection to Zoomdata could not be made, you may need to give it a little more time for the service to fully restart. If the problem persists, contact Zoomdata Technical Support.

Disabling a Security Service

To disable a security authentication service:

  1. Log in as the Zoomdata supervisor.

  2. Click to access the Supervisor menu and then select Security.

    The Security page appears. It consists of four tabs: Security Services, SAML Settings, LDAP Settings, and Kerberos Settings.

  3. On the Security Services tab, use the appropriate toggle to switch OFF the authentication service you want to disable.

  4. Click .

    After the settings have been saved, the status of the authentication service changes to Will stop on next restart. The tab that allows you to configure the settings for the service will still be available and the service will keep running until the Zoomdata service is restarted.

  5. Close the Zoomdata UI.

  6. Access the Linux prompt and log into your Zoomdata server (via Secure Shell or SSH).

  7. Restart the Zoomdata server service. See Restarting Zoomdata Microservices.

    Wait a few minutes for the Zoomdata service to fully restart, then open a new browser window and log back in as the supervisor. Verify that your changes took effect. After restarting Zoomdata, the authentication service status changes to Stopped and access to the corresponding service tabs are disabled.

    If you receive an error message stating that the connection to Zoomdata could not be made, you may need to give it a little more time for the service to fully restart. If the problem persists, contact Zoomdata Technical Support.

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