CircleCI server currently supports OAuth through GitHub or GitHub Enterprise.
The default method for user account authentication in CircleCI server is through GitHub.com/GitHub Enterprise OAuth.
After your installation is up and running, provide users with a link to access the CircleCI application - for example,
<your-circleci-hostname>.com – and they will be prompted to set up an account by running through the GitHub/GitHub Enterprise OAuth flow before being redirected to the CircleCI login screen.
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