From the "Customize" tab under the Enterprise App Store module, you can change the web storefront viewed by the end users. The following items are editable:
Store logo displayed on the header
Store title displayed on the header
Color 1: The background color of the download button and text color of app metadata
Color 2: The text color of the download button
Please note that the image on the right is not a dynamic image and provided as a guide only.
After editing, press "Save Customization" to apply the changes to the storefront.
From the "Settings" tab under the Enterprise App Store module, you can set up a custom URL for your storefront or change the authentication method.
To enable a custom URL for your storefront (e.g. app.mycompany.com), you need to specify your custom domain here and also add a new CNAME record to your DNS settings pointing from the specified address to store.smf.to.
For security purposes, the URL change may be subject to validation by the Smartface Team. If your domain change is not applied in 24 hours (it might also be due to DNS propagation), you can contact support to release the change.
You can restrict access to the the web storefront through
Static authentication: Single username and password for all users. Just specify the user name and password and anyone can access the storefront with the same credentials. Please note that any unique client logged in with these credentials are counted against your Enterprise App Store user limit and it is advised to use other authentication methods for proper user tracking and a higher level of security.
LDAP (Active Directory): Integration with a directory provider. For this method, you need to specfiy LDAP host address or IP (e.g. ldap.mycompany.com), LDAP port (e.g. 389) and the BaseDN (e.g. dc=example, dc=com). When logging in to the storefront, the user credentials will be checked through this LDAP server.
OAuth 2.0 and Cloud-based authentication and directory services: Enterprise App Store can be integrated with any authentication provider as long as there is support for standard OAuth 2.0 authentication. Azure Active Directory and Oracle Identity Cloud Service are also supported. Since these integrations require further customization, it is done as a part of the Enterprise App Store setup process based on the information provided during enterprise account creation.