The following describes how to perform authentication locally on One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) for client-side connections.
NOTE: The users can be authenticated to their passwords or public-keys uploaded to SPS.
The accounts created to access the SPS web interface cannot be used to authenticate SSH connections.
To perform authentication locally on SPS for client-side connections, an existing Local User Database is needed. To create a Local User Database, complete the following procedure: Creating a Local User Database.
To perform authentication locally on SPS for client-side connections
Navigate to SSH Control > Authentication Policies, and select the authentication policy to modify.
Select Local user database.
Select the Local user database from the list that defines the users who can access the server.