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Single Sign-On for Java 3.3.2 - Administration Guide

About this guide Introducing Single Sign-on for Java Preparing for Single Sign-on for Java Deploying Single Sign-on for Java
Getting started with Single Sign-on for Java Single Sign-on for Java and your web applications Setting up logging Controlling access to resources
Security Issues Maintenance and Troubleshooting Appendix: Configuration Parameters Appendix: Using the JKTools

Setting up a client machine

The following section describe the system requirements needed to use Windows integrated authentication and instructions for setting up Internet Explorer for single sign-on.

Operating system

To support Windows integrated authentication, the client must be part of the Active Directory domain and must have one of the following operating systems installed:

  • WindowsVista
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8/8.1
  • Windows 10
  • Windows Server 2008/2008 R2
  • Windows Server 2012/2012 R2

Browsers and authentication

To support Windows integrated authentication, you need one of the following browsers:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome

When using a browser that is not configured for Windows Integrated Authentication, Single Sign-on for Java provides both an NTLM mechanism that allows NTLM SSO, and a fallback mechanism that allows a user to log in with their Kerberos password using standard HTTP basic authentication.

However, the basic feature is disabled by default for security reasons. For more details on the consequences of enabling basic fallback, see Security Issues.

Setting up Internet Explorer for SSO

This section describes how to set up Internet Explorer for SSO. This includes:

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