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Secure manual authentication
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
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Web protection secure manual authentication uses TLS (Transport Layer Security) encryption to protect authentication data being transmitted between client machines and web protection software. A TLS server built into Filtering Service provides encryption of user names and passwords transmitted between client machines and Filtering Service. By default, secure manual authentication is disabled.
 
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(Forcepoint URL Filtering only) Secure manual authentication cannot be used with remote filtering. Remote Filtering Server can not serve block pages to clients if it is associated with a Filtering Service instance that has secure manual authentication enabled.
To enable this functionality, you must perform the following steps:
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Enable secure manual authentication (see Activating secure manual authentication) and secure communication with the directory service.
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