There are two ways to establish the connection from Kapost to Eloqua depending on your needs and company security configuration.
Entering your username and password is the simpler way to establish the connection. Kapost stores them on an encrypted server and uses them whenever a new session with Eloqua needs be established.
If your company requires SSO for your Eloqua connection or you do not want Kapost to store your username and password you can use our OAuth protocol by checking the yes button in the connection on the Kapost App Center. If this is checked it will take you to your Eloqua login page when you try to connect and you will login there with whatever method you normally do, for example, SSO. This will then respond back to Kapost with a token that is used for all subsequent sessions with Eloqua.