The repository stores user accounts, passwords, roles and
permissions. It can centralize the permissions of all .NET
applications (Winform, Webform, Web services), as well as
all user accounts, in a single and secured place.
Note: You can let Visual Guard .Net create and manage its
own user accounts or you can re-use existing accounts created
in Active Directory or in your Database.
Visual Guard .NET supports the following types of storage:
VG supports SQL Server and Oracle for users, permissions
and roles storage
VG provides proprietary encrypted files for users,
permissions and roles storage
If you choose to re-use Windows Accounts for Single
Sign-On & authentication purposes, credentials are stored
in Active Directory
You do not need to change your application database when
integrating Visual Guard .NET. Visual Guard provides a wizard
to create its own repository. You can choose between creating
the corresponding Visual Guard .Net tables in your application
database or in an independent database.