On the Joomla administration menu go to “Components - JFusion - Joomla Options”.
- Description: This is a random name that you can assign to the plugin.
- Full URL to Software: Refers to the complete URL to the Joomla! installation. It should look something like this http://www.yourdomain.com/
- Login Identifier: The setting comes into play when the Master software does not support usernames but allows the use of only email addresses for authetication and logging in. One such software supported at the moment by JFusion is Magento. In case you happen to use Magento as the Master, set this setting to 'E-mail'. Otherwise leave it as 'Username'. The above setup applies for a fresh install of all software(s). If you start with Joomla users already established before setting Magento (or Kayako) as master the you can allow existing users to use their usernames by setting this parameter to 'Username or Email Address'.
- Username Filter: Need more info here
- Usergroup Management: This setting helps in management of User Groups accross different software i.e. synchronization of user groups. More about this can be read here(Article link to be inserted).
- Auto Register Users: This setting comes into play when JFusion is used along with other authentication plugins like GMail, LDAP etc. In case you want users logging into Joomla! using those authentication plugins to be created in Joomla! as well, set it to 'yes'. Else set it to 'no'.
- Auto Update Activation: Similar to the setting above. If set to 'yes', any changes made to the activation state in Master software will be replicated in Joomla! as well. In case it is set to 'no', activating the user account in the master software will not be replicated in Joomla!.
- Auto Update Bans: Similar to the above setting. A 'yes' would result in a user banned in the Master Software being banned in Joomla! as well. A 'no' would mean that a username banned in Master software is not banned in Joomla!.
- Auto Update Email: Similar to the above two as well. A 'yes' would result in any changes in the email address settings in the Master Software trickle down to Joomla! as well. A 'no' would mean that any change in email address settings in Master software does not trickle down to Joomla!.
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