jameswatson3 Absent Member.
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SSPR HA Supported?


I can't find any documentation on the subject so I thought I'd ask
here.

We're considering using CLE on 20K workstations so we would need high
availability for the SSPR dependency.

The architecture being tested is:

-2+ SSPR Servers running on Windows 2012 R2
-LDAP is Active Directory
-DB for Challenge/Response is remote MS SQL
-Load balancer sits in front of SSPR nodes
-SSPR nodes use common SSPRConfiguration.xml

My basic question is if this configuration would be supported if I
needed to open an incident.

Secondarily I'd be interested in any other general advisability comments
on the design under consideration.


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Re: SSPR HA Supported?

jameswatson3 wrote:

> My basic question is if this configuration would be supported if I
> needed to open an incident.


To obtain an official answer, opening a SR and asking support directly might be
the easiest and fastest route.

Should be part of the docs, though.

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Re: SSPR HA Supported?


This will work fine, just make sure both SSPR servers have the same
configuration as you stated. Also make sure your load balancer is set
up to use sticky-sessions.


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Re: SSPR HA Supported?

You're not being specific as to what your concern is, but as Jason
indicates using a load balancer configuration is actually quite common
and is a valid way to achieve scaling.
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