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Re: SSO

SSO is possible as long as the server sends a 401 (basic auth/kerberos/NTLM) or an HTML form POST is used.

There needs to be no dynamic value required to be sent through.

 

If you are wanting to allow only/immediate access to the single application, you will set this at Users > User Roles > roleName > General > UI Options, custom start page; otherwise, they will need to click on a bookmark to make the connection.

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Re: SSO

Hi,

 

I'm looking for the SSO solution on File and Web Server as well...


Is there a kb to elaborate on "the server sends a 401 (basic auth/kerberos/NTLM) or an HTML form POST is used"?

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Re: SSO

Some things to note from your screenshot (if this already changed, apologies):

the value "username" needs to be <username>

the value "password" needs to be <password>

you need to add the submit button as a new label/name pair of btnSubmit and a value of Login

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ÿ"Re: SSO"

You are welcome; glad it is working successfully for you.
Sorry I missed other values from your snippet you posted; but glad it is now working for you.

If you do not want to show the Juniper logout button, you will need to not show the browsing toolbar for when users connect to other pages. Please note that if you do this, the user session will not be terminated until the idle/maximum session length (unless you can enable a custom string in your application logout sequence to logout of the SA session as well. If yes, the URL you want is /dana-na/auth/logout.cgi).