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If you want to disable SSO, I would suggest reverting all the changes specified in SDL documentation. That alone should effectively disable it, no mater the value in MMC snap-in console. As for the value, MMC snap-in changes TridionContentManager.config in background, so you can always change it by yourself. For us, we disabled it by leaving SSO value in ...


If you are using the SSO integration, you must specify a User Name Qualifier and that is why you cannot leave it empty in the configuration. These SSO settings are used by the SsoAgentModule. If you want to disable the SSO integration, you will have to remove that HTTP module from the CM website (and ensure an alternative authorization method is configured)....


The account you are using does not have the rights to change the settings. To fix this: Log in to the CMS machine with the account that you used when you installed it Run a powershell as Administrator for each user account # Add RSA-Key C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe -pa "TridionRsaKeyContainer" "domainname\cmills"

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