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With EZproxy, you can:

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Connect to a large number of content providers

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Integrate with library delivery systems


Make informed decisions about the databases you license

Make authentication easy 

EZproxy is easy to set up and maintain. It connects to a wide variety of authentication services (including LDAP, SIP, CAS and Shibboleth). Your users connect to EZproxy, then it connects on their behalf to your library's licensed databases to obtain webpages and sends them back to your users. Once you register the EZproxy server address with your database vendor, the vendor sees the requests as coming from an authorized IP address and therefore permits access. 

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Connect to a large number of content providers 

EZproxy connects to a large number of content providers, including Britannica, ebrary, EBSCO, OCLC FirstSearch®, Gale, LexisNexis, Newsbank, Ovid, ProQuest and most others.

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Integrate with library delivery systems

With simple modifications, EZproxy can be integrated into a number of different library systems to point users toward your library's electronic resources, creating seamless access for users.

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Make informed decisions about the databases you license

EZproxy maintains a standard Web server log file of usage. Using standard Web log analysis tools, you can evaluate which databases are being used remotely and use this information to help justify your budget requests for database licensing.

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EZproxy Stand-Alone version

  • The stand-alone version is available for servers that run these systems: Linux, Solaris (x86) and Windows (2003, 2008, XP, XP Professional and 7)
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