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SSO header authentication


Hello;
I want to configure SSO authentiocation header for SSPR and NAM
I have folowed the steps posted in http://tinyurl.com/l5yd8hh
I have configured the policy injection into NAM;
I want to know how can i test this?
If ssoAuthUsername is an attribute wich contain the value of the
UserName attribute?
Thank's.


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Re: SSO header authentication


As long as the authentication method your using with NAM has the user's
password available, you do not need to do any SSO configuration on SSPR.
Just follow the steps in section 6.1.3.


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Re: SSO header authentication


Thank's for your response,
It is possible to associate two different policies injection to my
protected SSPR ressources.
Thank's


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