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Configuring a realm for certificate-based authentication

After you have configured SSL for the Tomcat server on which Remedy Single Sign-On is hosted, you need to configure a realm for certificate-based authentication in the Remedy SSO console.  

Before you begin

Add a realm and configure its general settings. For more information on realm configuration, see Configuring Realms.

To configure certificate-based authentication

  1. (Optional) To transform the user ID obtained from the client, select a value in the User ID Transformation field. See Transforming User ID to match Login ID.
  2. (Optional) Select the Enable AR authentication for bypass check box to enable bypass URL to authenticate against AR. 
    For more information about enabling BMC Remedy AR System authentication for bypass, see Enabling AR authentication for bypassing other authentication methods.
  3. (Optional) Click Enable Chaining Mode and perform steps to enable authentication chaining. For more information about the authentications that you can chain with cert-based authentication, see Enabling authentication chaining mode.

Where to go from here 

Validating a certificate

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