User Database, Super User, Webserver
You will now be presented with options for where to obtain the user database. SSL Explorer has the ability to authenticate against Active Directory and several other mechanisms. However, we will choose the "built-in" option (Figure 6).
Figure 6: Configuring a User Database (click image to enlarge)
Now we need to create a "Super User" account (Figure 7) to perform administrative tasks including creating new user accounts.
Figure 7: Create Super User account (click image to enlarge)
With that out of the way, we can now make changes to the Web server, such as the port number (Figure 8). We will leave all settings at the defaults on this screen and skip to the next section.
Figure 8: Configure Web Server screen (click image to enlarge)
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