Integrate PassPort to Composer installation

After installing Composer and PassPort, but before starting the Composer server for the first time:

  • Set up a user as a Composer administrator.
  • Log in as the Composer administrator.


  • Start PassPort.
  • Connect to PassPort via a browser by entering the PassPort URL, which has the format: http://PassPortServerHost:PassPortServerPort 
    • The PassPortServerHost and PassPortServerPort are the same values defined during installation. 
  • Set up an SMTP server in PassPort.

Note: Contact the PassPort administrator if you have problems.


  1. Log in to the PassPort user interface. Select the domain System:Administration. The initial username and password for the default PassPort administrative user are system and System01.
  2. Select Access > Users and organizations. Select the Users organization under the Synchrony domain and add a user. For example, Admin. Use a valid e-mail address because the initial user password is sent to this address. Before clicking OK to add the user, set the status to active. PassPort then sends an e-mail message informing the user of the initial password.
  3. Select Access > Authorization > Predefined roles to display a list of roles. These roles are system defaults or have been imported from CSD files.
  4. Select the ComposerAdmin role of the Composer product, click the Users tab and click Add users to role to assign the user added to this predefined role.
  5. Note: The ComposerAdmin role includes all rights available in Composer.
  6. Start the Composer server.
  7. Start the Composer client and log in to the Composer user interface with the user that you created and the password that you received by email.

For more details about integrating PassPort with Composer, refer to the Composer Administrator's Guide.

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