4.3 Enabling immediate authentication requests

Enabling 'Allow immediate authentication requests' allows an OpenID-enabled site to check whether the user is logged in, without actually prompting the user to login. Known as pass-through authentication, this provides greater convenience for end-users, particularly when an end-user visits a site for which they have previously selected 'Allow Always' (see 2.4 Allowing or denying a login in the CrowdID User Guide).

To enable 'Allow immediate authentication requests',

  1. Login to CrowdID.
  2. Click the 'Administration' link in the top navigation bar.
  3. Click the 'General Configuration' link in the left navigation column.
  4. Select the 'Allow immediate authentication requests' checkbox.
  5. Click the 'Update' button.

Screenshot: 'General Configuration'









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