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SSO and OWA using Web SSL VPN

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I have setup a bookmark to an internal OWA server.  I would like to have it use SSO so a user only has to log in once.  I am trying to figure out what POST Parameters to enter under the Advanced Options of the bookmark properties.  Here is what I have so far, but it is not working.

URL value: http://server/exchange
URL Method: Post
Enable favorite: Yes
Enable smart tunnel: No

Post Parameters:
username  CSCO_WEBVPN_USERNAME
password CSCO_WEBVPN_PASSWORD
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I tried using http watch to see what it was doing, but I guess I am missing something.  When I try it, it just takes me to a login page.  If I then enter my credentials, I get a page cannot be found error.  I am still in the session though, I can click the home button and get back to my main page.  
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by:harbor235
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I am not sure what you are trying to do here?

harbor235 ;}
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I have a Cisco ASA 5505.  Web SSL VPN is setup on it so users can log in and access things on the internal network remotely.  One of those is OWA.  Right now they log into the ASA5505 and get a main page.  I have OWA setup as a webapp link or a bookmark.  A user can click on it, enter their user/pass again and get into OWA.  I want to use signal sign on so all they have to do is log into the ASA once and then when they click on the OWA bookmark it passes the information needed to log them in.  Does that clear things up?
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Here is a doc for webvpn single sign on;

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa72/configuration/guide/webvpn.html#wp1003053

Look under configuring WEBVPN

harbor235 ;}
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harbor235

I was looking at that document when you posted it.  I am waiting to hear back from a couple users that are suppose to test it for me just to make sure.  If it works I will award you the points.  If not I post back.
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