Caché Services are the gatekeepers to Caché. Connection tools use Caché services to authenticate to Caché.
There are two types of Caché Services:
Basic — These services control Caché to Caché connections and so allow you to enable or disable a connection tool, but there are no authentication mechanisms to change.
Resource-based — These services control user connections to Caché and so allow you to select authentication mechanisms as well as enable and disable the connection tool.
Use the Services page (click [Home] > [System Administration] > [Security] > [Services]) of the Management Portal to edit Caché Service definitions. Click on the name of the service that you want to edit.
Here is the page for editing the definition of the %Service_Console service. Note that it allows you to both enable/disable the associated connection tool as well as specify authentication mechanisms. In this case the service is enabled and its only allowed authentication method is “Unauthenticated”.
To learn more about Caché Services, read Services in the Caché Security Administration Guide.