By default, the hash of the user password is stored safely on the server side. This may be an issue for corporate applications, since a new user name / password pair is to be defined by each client, which may be annoying.

Since revision 1.18 of the framework, mORMot is able to use Windows Authentication to identify any user. That is, the user does not need to enter any name nor password, but her/his Windows credentials, as entered at Windows session startup, will be used.

Thanks a lot Chaa for making public your code proposal!
Open Source is so great sometimes!
Keep the good work!