Demo is ready to use.

In this demo you start with a web application that uses username and password for user authentication. Next you will try and see for yourself how quickly you can migrate your users to strong authentication with ADUCID.

See the web application at and try to log in with username and password. You can use any username, the password is always 'aaa'.

You will now set up ADUCID authentication and see how quickly you can migrate existing users to PEIG.

For this you will use, which you first have to configure in the following steps.

1. Prepare and test your website

Your web server with the application must be prepared first.
Enter the information below, and we will test if your site is ready to cooperate with us.

Last test attempt:-never-
Site fqdn
Enter a URL to be used in the 'Site fqdn' box to start using ADUCID for authentication. We will check if CNAME record points to our Reverse Proxy name: To try this enter in 'Site fqdn'.
IP address-
Enter the IP address in the 'IP address' box to configure the desired web application.
You can also try this with your own web server. The IP address of your web server must be accessible from our Reverse Proxy (IP=
IP port-
Configure the correct hidden port to your web application. Hidden port must be accessible only for our Reverse Proxy. All other traffic to this port must be denied! For our application enter 80 in the 'IP port' box.
Validate input parameters and prepare generic default configuration.
Keep in mind, that all your individual changes in configuration will be lost!

2. Check configuration and publish your website

Here you can see generic configuration, based on your specific parameters.
For better understanding see our documentation here .

Prepared configuration
Check syntax and save edited configuration for future use.
This action makes no system changes until you press Commit.
As the last step, Commit configuration & publish your website.
Changes will be applied in few seconds.

3. Try to access your website with ADUCID authentication

Configuration is empty - your web site isn't still published.