Single-sign-on and self-serve account management. https://netsyms.biz/apps/accounthub
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README.md

AccountHub

AccountHub is a web application enabling secure self-serve account management. Employees can change their password and manage other web apps they have access to with the dashboard.

https://netsyms.biz/apps/accounthub

Installing

We’re working on a nice script to install it automatically, but until then…

  1. Setup a LAMP server with additional PHP extensions mbstring, zip, ldap, gd, imagick
  2. Copy settings.template.php to settings.php
  3. Import database.sql into your database server
  4. Edit settings.php and fill in your DB info
  5. Setup LDAP auth, or set “LDAP_ENABLED” to FALSE
  6. Set the URL of the install
  7. Set the API and HOME values for TaskFloor, Inventory (BinStack), QwikClock, and in the “EXTERNAL_APPS” setting
  8. Remove any apps you aren’t installing from “EXTERNAL_APPS”
  9. Setup the email settings to receive alerts you configure later in ManagePanel
  10. Run composer install (or composer.phar install) to install dependency libraries
  11. Edit the database table apikeys and add some API keys for the other apps to use
  12. From a web browser, visit http://apps/url (or whatever your setup is). If you did everything right, you should see a login screen.
  13. Now go to http://apps/url/setup.php and create an admin account.
  14. Install ManagePanel to setup additional user accounts.