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To ensure that all users who attempt to connect to the Internet through WinGate are authenticated you will need to do the following: For NAT, WGIC, and Proxy clients: Open GateKeeper on the WinGate server Select the Users tab. Open the Syste...
One of the three methods available to authenticate users in WinGate is to use a copy or mapped drive of GateKeeper.exe from the WinGate directory on the WinGate server, to each client machine. Please Note: There are several things are required bef...
Applies to version 6.1 and later In version 6.1 we added the ability to control the length of time that a user session stays active in WinGate. Previously an authenticated user session would drop to an assumed state for 30 seconds when the last applic...
Authentication is used in WinGate to control user access to the WinGate services, and by extension the Internet. Policies can be created to control users on a user or group basis but if you want to differentiate between users you must use some form of au...
WinGate offers Java Authentication for clients who are using a java capable browser. The Java client is a java applet that connects to the Remote Control Service in WinGate to authenticate users. To use Java based Authentication, you must do the follo...