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HP Network Node Manager 9: Getting Started by Marius Vilemaitis

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NNMi 8.x was introduced with user authentication, which allows the NNMi administrator to grant access to many users and divide them by roles. As a result, NNMi can comply with an incident management workflow, where incidents can be assigned to particular user and other users can see who is working on an incident.

By default, NNMi is installed using a built-in authentication model, where usernames and passwords for the NNMi console are stored in the NNMi database; however, two other authentication models are supported as well. The following lists all three models of authentication and briefly describes the major differences between each model.

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