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OWA 2010 SSO

New Contributor

OWA 2010 SSO

Has anyone had any success with OWA 2010 and remote SSO? The link below wasn't very helpful. I'm not able to edit the "Resource : * " or the "Post URL : * " fields.

http://kb.pulsesecure.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB16659&actp=search&searchid=125075505253...

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Respected Contributor

Re: OWA 2010 SSO

did you create your OWA 2010 bookmark: on the role or as a resource profile? On the former, you would be able to edit these fields on the SSO configuration page; if the latter, you will need to choose the correct type in the profile and configure it there.

New Contributor

Re: OWA 2010 SSO

The bookmark was created automatically. Resource profile bookmark tab. I then assigned the profile to a role.
New Contributor

Re: OWA 2010 SSO

I ran a dsrecord with JTAC and found out that the <USERNAME> variable wasn't passing the domain name. Auth server for this realm is LDAP no NT/AD (in which case <USERNAME> - domain\username) would work.

These settings worked for me:

Resource URL https://outlook.domain.com:443/owa/auth/logon.aspx?*

Post URL https://outlook.paloma.com:443/owa/auth.owa

Destination Url destination https://outlook.domain.com/owa/ Not modifiable
Flags flags 0 Not modifiable
ForcedDownLevel forcedownlevel 0 Not modifiable
Trusted trusted 0 Not modifiable
Username username {domain name}\<USERNAME> Not modifiable
Password password <PASSWORD> Not modifiable

Occasional Contributor

Re: OWA 2010 SSO

which code are you running?

New Contributor

Re: OWA 2010 SSO

I know this is an old post but this was the fix for my problem with OWA 2010 SP through our SA2500s (7.0R3.) SSO is now working. Thanks.

Contributor

Re: OWA 2010 SSO

Guys,

I have been troubleshooting a bit more on this problem before and the problem is not really the SA. It's more the credentials that are allowed to logon to OWA. You can configure the OWA URL perfectly so that it will paste the Standard domain I believe MS calls it, in automatically when trying to sign on.

If your Exchange admin does not want to change this option, ... the above is indeed the correct way to go!

Thanks,

Kristof

Not applicable

Re: OWA 2010 SSO

Hi....

I'm tryung this tonight and I'm getting an error message: "The user name or password you entered isn't correct. Try entering it again."

Any thoughts???

thanks

Respected Contributor

Re: OWA 2010 SSO

What do you see in the dsrecord as the username & password being sent?

Frequent Contributor

Re: OWA 2010 SSO

BY the way AD attribute "userPrincipalName" is in the format id@co.com I used in OWA, Try the id@co.com