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Add single sign-on into existing web app

Apologies if this isn't the best site, I've search for an answer but can't find anything quite right. I don't actually know the correct terminology I should be using here, so any pointers will be ...
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How to authentifiate webmin user using an exiusting ldap server? [closed]

I would like to authenticates webmin user in my company's ldap. The users are all defined in the ldap but only few of them should have webmin access on a list of sites (1 to 3 on 300 sites). There ...
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Suitability of SAML for use case

A user logs into our portal - site 1; We want them to be able to click through to other sites 2 and 3 within our eco-system without having to further login - so no popup box to verify they have ...
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1answer
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Alfresco authentication chain for (MIT) Kerberos only? (no LDAP, no AD)

The Alfresco documentation seems to consider only LDAP or Active Directory cases. In my case, all users are in MIT Kerberos, but I don't use LDAP nor Active Directory. What authentication chain ...
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3answers
651 views

Purpose of the x509 certificate in metadata files on the IdP side (SSO structure)

In order to implement SSO, I have been working with some IdP and a Shibboleth SP install without being able to answer this question. On the IdP side I have a few metadata files that describes some ...
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0answers
422 views

Reverse proxy with single sign-on and backend authentication modules

Has anyone got any recommendations for reverse proxy software that provides a single sign-on interface to multiple backend websites via various authentication mechanisms? e.g. Login to the frontend ...
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3answers
949 views

Possible to enable ssh passwordless authentication via Windows Active Directory?

Is it possible to set up ssh and Active Directory (Win2008r2 flavour) such that domain-users can access *nix and ssh-servers-running-on-Windows-servers without needing to type their password? If so, ...
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1answer
114 views

Password Change - Linux Server + Windows Clients

I'm planning on setting up centralized authentication for a Samba file server, a VPN, Radius and Postfix using either LDAP or Kerberos. These services are going to be accessed by Windows clients. As ...
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1answer
373 views

IIS/AD - Implementing single sign-on between two websites

I have two websites. One is an "intranet," one is a public site that has "admin" areas: www.example-intranet.com www.example.com They are both running on the same IIS 6 box. ...
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4answers
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How does SSO using Active Directory works where user is transparently logged in. (intranet webapp)

I'm told that it's possible to make a web application not require a login. The user logs in to Windows, which authenticates via an Active Directory (LDAP) Lookup. Then, they should be able to go to ...
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1answer
680 views

Single sign-on for SharePoint to MySite?

I've got a fairly simple SharePoint 2010 farm set up: 2 WFE servers with Network Load Balancing hosting the main portal site. As per Microsoft's best practice recommendations I've set up My Sites ...
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2answers
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Windows Server 2003 - passwordless access to \\myhost\ but not \\myhost.mydomain.net\

I have a Windows Server 2003 system on which passwordless access to local UNC paths is possible using the server's unqualified hostname or its IP address, but not via its FQDN -- even when the hosts ...
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1answer
107 views

Can you recommend a robust OpenAPI 2.0 provider?

Help me find a robust OpenID 2.0 provider! We're looking at various SSO solutions for our organization, and I would like to suggest OpenID as a viable option, since (a) there is good consumer support ...
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2answers
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Open LDAP Authentication - How to verify userPassword without bind?

What I am doing... Trying to implement single-sign-on for our organization’s all machines, blogs, wiki’s, CRM, HRM, project management tools, SVN, etc, etc... We have OpenLDAP installed and ...
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4answers
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Windows 7 Single Sign On

We run Windows XP, Vista and are now testing Windows 7 in our corporate environment. Thus far all of our Win7 installations have been x64 installs with the same net result that we are having to ...
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2answers
763 views

OpenID provider using Apache SSL/FakeBasicAuth?

I'd like to set up an OpenID provider for our group, which we can use to log in to internal and external OpenID-aware services (e.g. stackoverflow.com). Our users all have X.509 certificates issued ...
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5answers
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How practical is it to authenticate a Linux server against AD?

We utilise both Windows and Linux server at our software development company. One of the friction points with this setup is that we don't have a single sign-on solution. Being more of a Microsoft ...