- A dedicated empty database for Identity Service according to system requirements.
The Identity Service is a secured solution that manages the authentication for all the OpenLM products. It uses the industry-standard OAuth 2.0 and it serves to log a user right away. Also, make sure to consult the OpenLM System requirements.
Below is a short guide on how to install and configure the Identity Service:
- On the OpenLM website, obtain the OpenLM Identity Service. Double-click on it to trigger the installation process:
- Read carefully the terms and conditions. If compliant, check the box to accept then click Next.
- If you want to install the Identity Service in a different location, click Change and navigate to the destination folder of your choosing.
- The Identity Service requires an empty database. Make sure you have one before continuing with the installation then click Install:
5. The next prompt will disclose the temporary username and password. We strongly recommend changing them right away. Click Next to continue:
6. Immediately after you will be directed to the database configuration tool prompt. Type in all the required details. Test the connection. If successful, click Approve.
7. In the next prompt declare the port number then click Enter. The default is 5000: Note: Please do not use a port number that is occupied by other applications. If you are not sure, please use the default 5000.
CMD Command to check if the port availability500: netstat -a -n -o | find “5000”
8. In the next steps, the database will be created and the Identity Service configured:
9. When the configuration is completed, press Enter.
10. Hit the Finish button. You will be redirected to the OpenLM Identity Service UI. Sign in with the provided default credentials:
11. Change the temporary password. Type in a new reliable password, confirm it then hit the Change button:
12. Once the password has been changed, you will be redirected to the login page. Use your new credentials to access the Identity Service account. Consult this guide for the recommended Identity Service configuration.