I haven't done this, but have been thinking about it. I _think_ what the
docs mean, is you can create an Alias in IIS (is that what IIS calls
it?) for the same directory, so you have two different paths appearing
to IIS (one of which can be protected with Shibboleth, the other one
not) but you don't actually need to copy the directories, it's the same
files on disk.
I haven't tried this yet though. I agree the documentation is
On 8/18/14 3:52 PM, Kim, Bohyun wrote:
> Hi all,
> Looking for some advice from those who are familiar with either Shibboleth and/or ILLiad.
> Did anyone implement both remoteAuth through Shibboleth and basic local ILLiad login for different groups of users? The sparse documentation on this on ILLiad site seems to suggest two separate directories (with two separate illiad.dll(s)?? ) and one directory to be the value of ‘RemoteAuthWebPath’ as well as the value of the Shibboleth configuration.xml ‘path’ field. We are not sure what each of the two directories is supposed to contain and whether they are supposed to be the exact duplicate of the other.
> “You can enable RemoteAuth authentication for a particular web directory while still keeping a separate web directory for users to register themselves via Basic ILLiad authentication. The RemoteAuthWebPath would be the directory controlled by remote authentication while the WebPath key (Web Interface | System | WebPath) would have the directory not controlled by remote authentication. RemoteAuthSupport being set to Yes would tell ILLiad to check the directory and then know if the user should be authenticated remotely or by ILLiad."
> Any advice from those who have tried this would be greatly appreciated.