First Step: User Accounts and Proxy Server

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On day-one, the first steps to get up and running with Lucidum include:

  • Creating user accounts.

  • If you want Lucidum to ingest data from on-premises hardware and software, you must configure a proxy server.

Your Lucidum Account Representative will guide you through these tasks.

User Accounts #

Lucidum includes role-based accounts, out of the box.

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To define accounts in Lucidum, you provide:

  • User Name

  • Email address

  • Password

  • Time Zone

  • Role

Lucidum integrates with most SSO providers. If your organization uses SSO, you need only specify the correct user name, email address, and toggle the SSO button.

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For details on creating and managing user accounts, see the documentation on Managing Users.

Proxy Server #

A proxy server allows Lucidum running on your SaaS account to fetch data securely from your on-premises assets.

For details, contact your Lucidum Account Representative and see the documentation on the Proxy Server.