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PreferredFQHN on AIX - why SSO starts with short hostname and does not start with FQDN

hello, everyone! i have a question about preferredFQHN parameter in SSO configuration - if using AIX for SM server and have  this parameter enabled, since the server has multiple names on the network, the system does not start with full hostname specified, but with short hostname. In the same time, best practice for configuring SSO is using FQDN. The question is: why when short name of the server is specified, the system starts, but when the best practice is followed and the FQDN is used - it fails to start. In Windows system, this parameter obviously has no such influence, because system starts with FQDN specified with or without preferredFQHN set - does anyone know what's behind the parameter and how does it influence non-Windows systems? May be we need to change the order in /etc/hosts on the AIX?  

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Re: PreferredFQHN on AIX - why SSO starts with short hostname and does not start with FQDN

You haven't explained what type of SSO authentication you are using?

 

 

John

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