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AEM Console Login Security Standards

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Hello there - we're looking for some guidance/directions on how to improve the AEM Console login standards specifically in the area of limiting the number of login attempts and the ability to lock an account if the number of attempts have been exceeded. We have implementation that uses SSO using LDAP and we are able to enforce these standards but is there a way to do this with the out of the box login with AEM? Any information would be great!

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You will have to override the OOTB login functionality.

login it through LDAP is good INTEGRATE AEM WITH LDAP | Adobe AEM Club  . then write a logic for number of attempts.

Regards,
Prince

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Correct answer by
Community Advisor

You will have to override the OOTB login functionality.

login it through LDAP is good INTEGRATE AEM WITH LDAP | Adobe AEM Club  . then write a logic for number of attempts.

Regards,
Prince

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If you are concerned with more secure to login to AEM -- you can always implement 2 factor authentication:

Scott's Digital Community: Setting up two factor authentication for Adobe Experience Manager