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Enabling network accounts
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
Global Security Administrators can use the Global Settings > User Directory page to enter the directory service information needed to allow administrators to log on to the Forcepoint Security Manager with their network credentials.
This task is done in addition to the configuration done by Super Administrators to define the directory service used to identify user and group clients.
 
Note 
Administrators' network credentials must be authenticated against a single directory service. If your network includes multiple directories, a trusted relationship must exist between the directory specified in Global Settings and the others.
If it is not possible to define a single directory service for use with the Forcepoint Security Manager, consider creating local accounts for administrators.
Specific instructions for defining the directory used to authenticate administrator logons can be found in the Global Settings Help.

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