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Sarathbabuk Super Contributor.
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webclient single sign-on

how easy to implement Single Sign-On in webclient. i read the webclient install guide, then i realized its not so easy. it says you have to install VS and congiuraton changes on service api.

is there any best approach.

Sarath.

 

 

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Re: webclient single sign-on

Not sure I am following, the best approach is the steps found in the install guide

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Harry-Koppanyi Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: webclient single sign-on

The easiest (for your internal users) would be if you enable IE autologin using the Authenticated user. You can find this under IE - Internet Options (From the Window popup) - Security - Custom - scroll to the end and choose your suitable option.

This change can be implemented by pushing it to all your users from AD Group policy.


Cheers,
Harry
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Sarathbabuk Super Contributor.
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Re: webclient single sign-on

I had gone through the install guide. i cannot find anything related to SSO (Single-Sign On). only i can find in webclient install guide, it says to use "useADFS=true" configuration in hprmserviceapi.config file. i dont thing this will alone provide SSO.

we want to use non-ADFS to use SAML authentication by integrating the webclient to a portal.

any one implemented on their project/POC pls share the steps.

-Sarath.

 

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Re: webclient single sign-on

As far as I know, ADFS is all that is supported. If it is not in the guide, chances are that it can't be done outside the box.

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