Configuring Kerberos authentication
As a Remedy Single Sign-On administrator, you can configure Kerberous authentication to provide authentication service for a client and server applications by using secret-key cryptography.
To configure Kerberous authentication, perform the tasks described in this section:
As an Active Directory (AD) administrator, create a service account in Active Directory and then add an SPN mapping for the service account.Optionally, as s a user who has access to the domain controller, generate a keytab file if you want to provide the credentials through a keytab file.
|Configuring Active Directory as an identity provider for Kerberos authentication|
As a Remedy SSO administrator, configure the Kerberos authentication in the Remedy SSO Admin Console.
|Configuring a realm for Kerberos authentication|
As a system administrator, configure a browser on the end users' computers, or provide instructions to end users how to configure their browser for Kerberous authentication.
|Configuring browser settings for Kerberos authentication|
The following video shows an older version of Remedy SSO. Although there might be minor changes in the user interface, the overall functionality remains the same.