Running the Network Server with User Authentication

By default, the Network Server boots with user authentication disabled. However, it is strongly recommended that you run your Network Server with user authentication enabled. For details on how to enable user authentication, please see "Working with user authentication" in the Derby Developer's Guide.

Related concepts
Network Server security
Network encryption and authentication with SSL/TLS
Related tasks
Running the Network Server under the security manager
Configuring the Network Server to handle connections
Controlling logging by using the log file
Controlling tracing by using the trace facility