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Assigning a user to a web application will make the web app appear on the myapps.microsoft.com page. The single place to access all your applications. See this SO question for more details. Azure Active Directory Assigned Users Ignored
I am the author of the question you linked to, I'm not yet allowed to comment so I must post this on an answer. Do you believe the certificate reload solution could work if we use a single profile? We use one single profile for everything since we have the ND edition of WebSphere, we just use two different app servers to keep the dispatcher and gateway apps ...
When viewing the SSL certificates in the websphere console, we noticed the fingerprints of various certs were not the same. When the same cert was viewed in both WAS profile's consoles the fingerprints did not match. So it appears global security is not working between the two WAS profiles. After much research we came across this IBM Technote. PM86382: ...
Log in as firstname.lastname@example.org That will produce the desired output.
There are several standards for web SSO. LDAP is not an SSO mechanism, just information lookup. Reach out to your vendors to find out if these applications support Kerberos (Apache uses mod_auth_kerb) or SAML (such as Shibboleth). Each will require some infrastructure, such as Active Directory, FreeIPA, Shibboleth, Oracle Identity Federation, etc.
I would suggest using Kerberos/GSSAPI authentication if you want single sign on for your applications. With an Identity Management server with centralized storage for your users and groups, you can hook your Apache web applications, gerrit or Redmine. For the IdM server, you can use FreeIPA project which comes for free and is open source.
By default, Active Directory will allow users to sign into their Windows machines while the Domain Controller cannot be reached, with the last password known to the computer in question. Once the domain controller is contactable, the client machine will check to see if any passwords for its users have changed. The only problem with this is that the client ...
Ok, seems that Satisfy Any was the reason, that REMOTE_USER was absent.
At a previous employer, they tried to disable changing passwords via control-alt-delete and force password changing via a web page to address this particular issue. Sadly, you'll likely have to either invest in a third party product or write something (like the web page mentioned above) in order to sync the passwords.
After digging around and the help from @joeqwerty here's an answer for my question: it's a two parts process: Create a new UPN Suffix, in my case it's domain.com (Please do not use the @ before the dns name AD will add it automatically) Check this link for more info You need to go to: AD Users and computers Locate the account you want to update. Change ...
What's the question? The first one is the user logon name. The second one is the pre-Windows 2000 user logon name. The third one is the User Principal Name. All three are valid and exist by default for every user account. All three can be used to log in to the domain. You don't have to assign them at all. Based on your edit, when you created the UPN did ...
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