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James Bartle
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Good day,

In our current setup we have a PC connected to a tv screen which is set up to display our Hornbill slideshow.

It currently has to be connected to the domain and using our domain accounts in order to simply play the slideshow.

Is there a way to share the slideshow via a link that can be accessed without a hornbill account?

 

Thanks for the assistance in advance.

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@James Bartle

There is not currently a way to display this without logging in.

We also have Single Sign On enabled, but as the dashboard slideshow is run from the Admin Tool, you can login to the Admin Tool using the bypass option, so you authenticate as a Hornbill authenticated account rather than your SSO setup.

This is what we do and we have a single dashboard user which is logged in this way at our two different sites running the dashboard slide shows.

Cheers

Martyn

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8 minutes ago, Martyn Houghton said:

This is what we do and we have a single dashboard user which is logged in this way at our two different sites running the dashboard slide shows.

Hi Martyn,

Do you have yours running 24/7 or refreshed over the weekend?

 

Josh

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17 hours ago, Martyn Houghton said:

@James Bartle

There is not currently a way to display this without logging in.

We also have Single Sign On enabled, but as the dashboard slideshow is run from the Admin Tool, you can login to the Admin Tool using the bypass option, so you authenticate as a Hornbill authenticated account rather than your SSO setup.

This is what we do and we have a single dashboard user which is logged in this way at our two different sites running the dashboard slide shows.

Cheers

Martyn

Hi @Martyn Houghton,

What do you mean by the bypass option exactly

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