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The out-of-the-box SSO integration is intended for SSO systems that provide the user name in an HTTP header. ADFS is not such a SSO system; it uses SAML to send a set of claims to the application … . So, the OOTB SSO integration cannot be used to integrate with ADFS. It should be possible to create an integration yourself, but that is far from trivial. …
answered Feb 6 '15 by Rick Pannekoek
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IIRC, the current implementation for SAML 2.0 authentication uses ASP.NET Session State, which requires: Use of Sticky Session on your Load Balancer (to prevent the same ASP.NET Session ending up on …
answered Dec 17 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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The SSO Agent can be configured to do an LDAP lookup of the user name coming in through an HTTP header (in order to retrieve additional info about the user). Check your SSO configuration (in the TCM MMC snap-in) whether a Directory Service has been configured (this is optional). …
answered May 16 by Rick Pannekoek
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Yes they do. That is: it is possible to let the client tools connect to the CM server through an SSO proxy. Prerequisite for such a configuration is that the SSO proxy uses HTTP basic auth for those endpoints One could argue that is hardly a SSO experience, but that is as far as it goes currently. …
answered Jun 18 '15 by Rick Pannekoek