The most significant improvement introduced by Syncplify.me Server! v4.1 is the ability to use MongoDB’s authentication. As explained in a previous KB article, our deployment of MongoDB was secure even without authentication, but keeping in mind all possible scenarios our development team has worked hard to add direct support to MongoDB’s native authentication into our software. This article explains how to use the new MongoDB Authentication Utility (installed along with Syncplify.me Server! v4.1+) to enable/disable this feature as needed.
The procedures outlined in this article are suitable for all single-node Syncplify.me Server! deployments. High-Availability (HA) deployments will require a little more work. Continue reading