Filtered by: Kerberos
This article describes how to successfully utilise the Kerberos and PasswordFetch classes in Access Manager 3 to provide Single Sign-on to username/password downstream web services.
Submitted by: ScorpionSting on Mon. 04.11.2011
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, All Tech, All the Time
Topic: Active Directory, All-Tech IDM, Authentication, Configuration, Identity & Security Management, Identity Management, Integration, Kerberos, LDAP, Passwords, Secure Access, Secure Identity, Security, Single Sign-on, SSL (Secured Sockets Layer), Tips for Administrators
Product: Access Manager, Identity Manager
Kerberos authentication may fail with Access Manager Identity Server for users with large group memberships
In complex Active Directory environments, Kerberos/SPNEGO authentication may fail when authenticating against an Access Manager Identity server. Find out what the symptoms are, how to diagnose this problem, and what to do to fix it.
One of the great features of Novell Access Manager is the integrated single sign-on capability from Microsoft Active Directory (AD) domain member workstations. Through the use of Kerberos and the Simple and Protected GSS-API Negotiation Mechanism (SPNEGO), the Access Manager Identity Server (IdS) can seamlessly authenticate a Windows desktop.
Here are two real-life examples on configuring Kerberos with AD and Access Manager.
In this AppNote, Anil Kumar Sekhara and Ashish Kumar explain how to log in to Windows XP, with Novell KDC interoperating with Microsoft KDC (Active Directory).