Steve Thorn wrote:
> Hello
> 
> We would like to force users to register even when they successfully
> pass through our University's single sign-on service (Apache +
> cosign).
> 
> We have:
> 
> use_remote_user = True
> allow_user_creation = False
> 
> in the universe_wsgi.ini, but it appears that use_remote_user takes
> precedence over allow_user_creation.
> 
> Ideally, we'd like users who get through the single sign-on to be
> presented with a message like "to use galaxy please register by
> emailing some...@ed.ac.uk". Is this possible?

Hi Steve,

This is not really possible in Galaxy without some hacking since as you
have discovered, remote_user takes precedence over all of the built-in
user controls.  You can implement authorization in Apache, though, as a
workaround.

--nate

> 
> Many thanks,
> Steve
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