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Removing Remedy SSO integration from Remedy AR System and Remedy Mid Tier

To remove the integration between Remedy Single Sign-On and Remedy AR System, manually perform the steps described in this topic.

Note

You can successfully remove integration between Remedy SSO and Remedy AR System only if you have created a system backup before integrating with Remedy AR System.



To remove the integration between Remedy SSO and Remedy AR System server 

  1. Stop Remedy AR System.
  2. Navigate to C:\Program Files\BMC Software\ARSystem\Conf and delete rsso.cfg.
  3. Update <AR>/Conf/ar.cfg as follows:

    External-Authentication-RPC-Socket:390695
    Authentication-Chaining-Mode: 1 
    Crossref-Blank-Password: T
  4. From the <AR>/Conf/ar.cfg delete the row that starts with:

    Server-Plugin-Alias: ARSYS.AREA.RSSO ARSYS.AREA.RSSO
  5. Navigate to C:\Program Files\BMC Software\ARSystem\pluginsvr, and delete rsso-area-plugin-all.jar.

  6. In ARSystem\pluginsvr\, open pluginsvr_config.xml, and comment out the following rows:

    <plugin>
        <name>ARSYS.AREA.RSSO</name>
        <classname>com.bmc.rsso.plugin.area.RSSOPlugin</classname>
        <pathelement type="location">C:/Program Files/BMC Software/ARSystem/pluginsvr/rsso-area-plugin-all.jar</pathelement>
        <pathelement type="location">C:/Program Files/BMC Software/ARSystem/pluginsvr/gson-2.3.1.jar</pathelement>
        <pathelement type="location">C:/Program Files/BMC Software/ARSystem/pluginsvr/slf4j-api-1.7.25.jar</pathelement>
        <userDefined>
            <configFile>C:/Program Files/BMC Software/ARSystem/Conf/rsso.cfg</configFile>
        </userDefined>
    </plugin>
  7. Restart Remedy AR System server.

    Note

    If the 1053 error (The service did not respond to the start or control request in a timely fashion) is displayed, wait for several minutes. The service will start in some time.

To remove the integration between Remedy SSO and Remedy Mid Tier

  1. Stop Tomcat installed on Mid Tier server.

  2. In <Mid_Tier>/WEB-INF/classes/, delete or rename the following files:

    • rsso-agent.properties
    • log4j-rsso-webagent.properties (if any)
    • rsso-log.cfg
  3. Open the config.properties file that you have backed up, and update it as follows:

    1. Review the current value of the following parameter:

      arsystem.authenticator=com.remedy.arsys.session.RSSOAuthenticator
    2. Update the value of the parameter with the value set in the backed up file:

      arsystem.authenticator=com.remedy.arsys.session.DefaultAuthenticator
    3. Delete the following row:

      arsystem.authenticator.sso.enckey=<the value generated from your backup>
  4. In <Mid_Tier>/WEB-INF/web.xml, comment out the following rows:

    <filter>
        <filter-name>RSSOFilter</filter-name>
        <filter-class>com.bmc.rsso.agent.RSSOFilter</filter-class>
    </filter>
    <filter-mapping>
        <filter-name>RSSOFilter</filter-name>
        <url-pattern>/*</url-pattern>
    </filter-mapping>
    <listener>
        <listener-class>com.bmc.rsso.agent.RSSOListener</listener-class>
    </listener>
  5. Start Tomcat installed on Mid Tier server.

  6. In a browser window, log in to AR System to validate access to AR System/ Mid Tier.

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