You can implement access control using a set of 'built-in' users stored in the FishEye database, or you can have FishEye look in an external authentication source for users, passwords and permissions.
Anonymous access to FishEye is allowed by default. You can disable anonymous access at a global level and per repository.
For an overview of FishEye security, please see Understanding security.
To configure your authentication settings, click 'Users/Security' on the 'Admin Menu'.
Select one of the options below for specific information on settings:
- Adding a User to a Group
- Associating a Group with a Repository
- Brute Force Login Protection
- Configuring Anonymous Access
- Configuring Avatar Settings
- Configuring CAPTCHA
- Configuring External Authentication Sources
- Configuring Public Signup
- Creating a Group
- Creating a User
- Deleting or deactivating a User
- Editing a User's Details
- Granting Administrator Privileges
- Loading Users from Active Directory, LDAP or Atlassian Crowd
- Understanding security
FishEye provides a pluggable architecture to allow arbitrary forms of authorisation and authentication.
Screenshot: Authentication Settings
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