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Single Sign-on via windows 2008 AD

Posted on 2014-09-06
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Dear Experts,

we are using differenet application and each application has different id and password, we want to configure Single Sign on password to all the application like Cisco Wifi, SAP, Third Party Mails and PGP Desktop. we have Active directory 2008 server.
how to configure SSO with AD

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by:Cliff Galiher
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You can't force SSO on applications that don't support it. If an application requires a separate username and password and it has no option for authenticating against AD, LDAP, etc, and doesn't support using the windows systems like Kerberos, then you can't simply make AD authenticate for them. That isn't how SSO works.
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by:Neil Russell
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You need a third party solution to do what you want.  Have a look at Imprivata as an example of ONE of many.
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McKnife earned 250 total points
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Just one of yours, but at least pgp supports sso, search the manual for sso.
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by:marek1712
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As mentioned above - different software/hardware requires different solution (not necessarily paid one).
CISCO WiFi:
Configuring Windows NPS: LINK
Configuring AiroNet to authenticate against RADIUS server: LINK.
SAP Business One (you didn't tell us what SAP product do you use) AD integration: LINK. Consult it with your SAP partner.
Third party mails? Can you elaborate.
PGP Desktop? I haven't used that software.
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just got an hint
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