On 04/11/2012 01:32 AM, JIE CHEN wrote:
> Dear all,
> I installed a local Galaxy instance for my company. Different from the
> regular setting, we want to restrict the access of our local Galaxy
> instance only to the people in our company, which means it is not open
> to public. After new configuration, to use the service provided by
> our Galaxy instance, a user must log in first. And to register a new
> user account, the user must use a valid email with a valid domain.
> Any one have any idea how can i do that? Or any direction i should go
> into to configure it? Any advise is welcome.
> Thank you!
have a look at section "# -- Users and Security" in the
There is the possibility to disable anonymous access, to delegate
authentication to an upstream proxy server and to force new accounts be
created by an admin.
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