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Happy Monday Fellow Adobians... we need guidance for securing our online help on a cloud server. Our team documents several applications and we're consolidating and moving our various online help projects to a single cloud server location. We want to keep the help secure while not requiring users to log into the server. We're considering redirecting them using a token or cookie for authentication and are looking to see how others have implemented something similar. I've scoured the forums and user groups and gurus' websites and am not meeting with much success. Has anyone else done anything similar? How did your company implement?
Many thanks in advance for your time and help!
RoboHelp version 2015 (12.0.0....)
Help projects generated using RoboHelp Responsive HTML5 outputs
You may want to reach out to the author of this thread - Cached Browser History Allows Access Outside of Secure Session to find out how they did it for their help output.
PS - when you refer to "online help projects" I think you are talking about output, not RH projects, right?
Thanks for the reference and link. I'll check it out!
P.S. Yes, we're talking about the output! !SSL! | Responsive_HTML5 output files.
Hi, Did you ever find an answer to your question?