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Configuring BMC Atrium Single Sign-On for AR System integration

The BMC Remedy AR System server is integrated with the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On solution by a new Atrium Single Sign-On plug-in. To configure this plug-in, you must provide values for certain configuration parameters on the new Atrium Single Sign-On Integration tab, located on the AR System Administration: Server Information form.

Alternatively, you can also perform the Atrium Single Sign-On integration related configuration while installing the AR System server. To do this, you must provide the values for the configuration parameters on the new Atrium Single Sign-On Configuration screen after selecting the Configure Atrium SSO check box.

Note

To activate the connection to BMC Atrium Single Sign-On, use the Atrium SSO Integration tab of the AR System Administration: Server Information form.

BMC Atrium Single Sign-On integration is supported only on web clients. For information about manually configuring the mid tier for Atrium Single Sign-On integration, see Manually configuring mid tier for BMC Atrium Single Sign-On user authentication.

To configure the connection to the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On Solution

  1. From the mid tier interface, open the AR System Administration Console, and click Common Server Configuration > General > Server Information.
  2. In the AR System Administration: Server Information form, click the Atrium SSO Integration tab.
    AR System Administration: Server Information form--Atrium SSO Integration tab
  3. Enter the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On server Location.
    • Host Name--The host name of the computer where BMC Atrium Single Sign-On server is configured. If the AR System server and BMC Atrium Single Sign-On server are in same domain, enter the machine name or the machine name with domain name. Make sure that the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On host name is accessible from the machine where AR System server is installed. If the AR System server and BMC Atrium Single Sign-On server are in different domains, a trust relationship between these two domains must be established before configuring BMC Atrium Single Sign-On server.

      Note

      Use the FQDN for the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On server host name, not simply the host name.

    • Port number — The port on which BMC Atrium Single Sign-On server is configured (typically 8443).
    • Protocol — (optional parameter) The default value for this parameter is https. However, this field can also be set to http. For example:
      https://<server>:<port>/<AtriumSSO-URI>
      https://ssoServer.bmc.com:8443/atriumsso]
  4. Enter the Atrium Single Sign-On Admin User.
    The BMC Atrium Single Sign-On administrator name, by default, is amadmin.
  5. Enter the Atrium Single Sign-On Admin Password.
  6. (Optional) Enter the Atrium Single Sign-On Keystore Path.
    The keystore file location is where the BMC Atrium Single Sign-On keystore is saved. This path includes the keystore file name. Enter this value only if you have configured a keystore. This field is not mandatory and you can define it later.|
  7. (Optional) Enter the Atrium Single Sign-On Keystore Password.
    Enter this value only if you specify the Keystore path.
  8. Click Apply.

For more information on a full single sign-on solution that includes BMC Atrium, see the Knowledge Base article 000109256. You must have a BMC customer support account to access this information.

The example is not a supported product and there is no implied support if you use it.

Where to go from here

Manually configuring mid tier for BMC Atrium Single Sign-On user authentication

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Comments

  1. Brian Gillock

    The link for KA286851 is no longer correct.

    Oct 28, 2016 11:14
  2. Daniel Hudsky

     The KA id refers to a legacy KA which is now published as 000109256

    Nov 28, 2016 01:40
    1. Punam Saxena

      Hi Brian Gillock,

      I have update the link for the knowledge article that the topic refers to.

      Nov 29, 2016 01:22