Windows login for oracle enterprise manager ?

Does anyone know whether I can login Oracle Enteprise Manager with my Windows login? I am using Oracle 10g and Windows 2003 Server. I have already added my Windows account to the Oracle database administrator role via Oracle Administration Assistant. I can login EM as users set up in Oracle (SYSTEM, SYSMAN etc), but not as a Windows user account.
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Aaron ShiloChief Database ArchitectCommented:
you cannot do that unless you use a LOGIN that is IDENTIFIED EXTERNALY

read more : http://www.tiplib.com/75/create-externally-identified-user
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
Even if you set up OS Authentication using the link above I don't think Enterprise Manager will recognize it and you will still need to type in a username.

If you set up Oracle's App Server you can automatically log in to Enterprise Manager.

Please check the following Doc:

http://download.oracle.com/docs/html/B12013_03/security2.htm#i1036420

If you are currently using Oracle Application Server Single Sign-On to control access and authorization for your enterprise, you can extend those capabilities to the Grid Control Console.

By default, when you navigate to the Grid Control Console, Enterprise Manager displays the Enterprise Manager login page. However, you can configure Enterprise Manager so it uses Oracle Application Server Single Sign-On to authorize your Grid Control Console users.
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