Docs for mutli-user feature added

Signed-off-by: Dominic Schabel <>
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 <p>However, keep in mind that hawkBit does not offer an off the shelf authentication provider to leverage these permissions and the underlying multi user/tenant capabilities of hawkBit. Check out <a href="">Spring security documentation</a> for further information. In hawkBit <a href="">SecurityAutoConfiguration</a> is a good starting point for integration.</p>
-<p>The default implementation is single user/tenant with basic auth and the logged in user is provided with all permissions.</p>
+<p>The default implementation is single user/tenant with basic auth and the logged in user is provided with all permissions. Additionally, the application properties may be configured for multiple static users; see <a href="#multiple-users">Multiple Users</a> for details.</p>
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 <h2 id="management-api-and-ui">Management API and UI</h2>
+<h3 id="multiple-users">Multiple Users</h3>
+<p>hawkBit optionally supports configuring multiple static users through the application properties. In this case, the user and password Spring security properties are ignored.
+An example configuration is given below.</p>
+<p>A permissions value of <code>ALL</code> will provide that user will all possible permissions. Passwords need to be specified with the used password encoder in brackets. In this example, <code>noop</code> is used as the plaintext encoder. For production use, it is recommended to use a hash function designed for passwords such as <em>bcrypt</em>. See this <a href="">blog post</a> for more information on password encoders in Spring Security.</p>
 <h3 id="delivered-permissions">Delivered Permissions</h3>
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