Self hosted installation and creating account issue

I have installed SiYuan on my local server using the self-hosted (docker) method, and everything is working fine as I can display the interface in a web browser. However, I'm unsure about how to create administrator and user accounts. Additionally, I'm curious to know if there is a way to integrate SiYuan with a local Active Directory or a similar Single Sign-On (SSO) solution.

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    • zxhd86

      SiYuan self-hosting does not provide administrator and user accounts - only an authorization code is required for full access, unless you are accessing it in a read-only mode.

      If integration with other solutions is needed, simply use a reverse proxy to hide SiYuan's port.

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    • sirilo79
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      Thank you for your response. I have an additional question.

      If I install SiYuan using the self-hosting, is there any way to distinguish between people who can view the document and those who cannot when sharing documents with others?

      The functionality I want to use is to share documents separately for each team, while some documents are shared with everyone.

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    • zxhd86

      I'm sorry, SiYuan was not designed for this feature: it was not intended to be a team Wiki. The upcoming release services will only offer the option of full-database read-only releases. The only viable strategy is to use publishing plugins to share individual documents.