New to Spark so apologies if this is a frequent question…
I’m running Spark in a windows domain environment ith OpenFire setup for Active Directory authentication for Spark user’s. Aside from several security issues like allowing user’s access to the “Account” tab and the “Advanced” tab on login, it’s a fantastic client for my needs but I would like to remove access for the users to those two tabs on the startup window AND if somehow possible, does anyone know of a way to automatically authenticate the Spark client’s login with the user’s current AD password?
I can setup the user to auto-login with their current AD details, thus taking away the user’s ability to access the advanced and account options but when the user’s windows password changes, the user will have access to these again when it complains the the auto-login and saved password are no longer valid.
Is the only way to fiddle with the source code? Another example is removing the option in the menu for adding Plugins…
Thanks for any help