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Web application bridge
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With the 184.108.40.206 release, you can configure the web application bridge to allow anonymous users.
Configuring the web application bridge for anonymous log in
You can map your web application bridge to allow anonymous users to log on and access information.
Form based authentication
Some sites require you to log in with a form before you are allowed to browse the site. You must set up the web application bridge to emulate these steps. This feature is called form-based authentication. The web application bridge supports one type of form-based authentication.
Troubleshooting the web application bridge
The troubleshooting information is useful for planning and implementing your web application bridge integration (WAB).
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