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documentation:2.1:impersonation [2019/06/09 10:19]
cmaudoux [Configuration]
documentation:2.1:impersonation [2019/07/04 10:49]
xguimard [Impersonation plugin]
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 ====== Impersonation plugin ====== ====== Impersonation plugin ======
  
-This plugin allows certain users to assume the identity of another user. A privileged ​User first logs in with their real account and can then choose another profile to appear as. This feature can be especially useful for training/​learning or development platforms. ​+This plugin allows certain users to assume the identity of another user. A privileged ​user first logs in with its real account and can then choose another profile to appear as. This feature can be especially useful for training/​learning or development platforms. 
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 +<note important>​This plugin should not be used on production instance, prefer [[contextswitching|ContextSwitching plugin]].</​note>​
  
 ===== Configuration ===== ===== Configuration =====
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     * **Hidden attributes**:​ Attributes not displayed     * **Hidden attributes**:​ Attributes not displayed
     * **Skip empty values**: Do not use empty profile attributes     * **Skip empty values**: Do not use empty profile attributes
-    * **Merge spoofed and real SSO groups**: Can be useful for administrators to keep higher privileges. "​Special rule" field can be used to set SSO groups to merge if exist in real session. Multivalue ''​separator''​ is used. By example : ''​su;​ admins; anonymous;''​+    * **Merge spoofed and real SSO groups**: Can be useful for administrators to keep higher privileges. "​Special rule" field can be used to set SSO groups to merge if exist in real session. Multivalue ''​separator''​ is used. By example : ''​su;​ admins; anonymous''​
  
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