[Accessibleweb] Setting up a CMS on a UW server?
NIGEL J. HEINSIUS
heinsius at u.washington.edu
Mon Jan 25 13:40:07 PST 2010
Drupal has a pubcookie plugin (or module) that can use the UW authentication servers to log people into the CMS. It is very easy to install and use. We have implemented it on several websites. You basically create an account with username "uwnetid" and any password and once you are logged in with pubcookie you are logged into the Drupal site.
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On 1/25/10 1:23 PM, "Brandon Whitehead" <whitehbr at uw.edu> wrote:
Abi Ludwig (cc'd), who works for me in APIS has successfully set up Drupal with UWNetID authentication on depts.washington.edu <http://depts.washington.edu>
You might ask her for specifics. She got a lot of her information from Dan Druliner in F2, who I assume works with Angie.
Brandon K. Whitehead
Director, Academic Personnel Information Services
436 Gerberding Hall, University of Washington
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On Jan 25, 2010, at 1:14 PM, Angie L. Kritenbrink wrote:
F2 uses Drupal for our websites. There is a netID authentication option, although I don't know the specifics of how it was/could be set up. But it's definitely possible.
angiek8 at uw.edu
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