September 13, 2018 at 7:32 pm #23187frankParticipant
I know that Access Manager can do Windows Integrated Authentication AKA Windows Desktop SSO with an apropriate Chain.
I was searching for a Node in the Authentication Trees which would do the same, but couldn’t find anything yet.
Am I blind or is this not yet ported to the new Tree Concept?
I also coun’t find anything in the Node Marketplace
Thanks for your help
FrankSeptember 18, 2018 at 9:40 pm #23223david.bateParticipant
I believe that WDSSO/Kerberos via Trees will be included in later releases. But it would be pretty trivial to leverage WDSSO in chains and then perform a successful redirect to trees on completion (making sure the auth level’s between the chain and tree are different of course).
From this knowledge article:
An intermediate step when migrating chains to trees might be to spread the authentication journey between the two worlds.
A situation may arise where custom authentication logic is held in a module, which cannot immediately be replicated within a node, or perhaps more complex adaptive steps available within trees need to augment basic chain-based authentication.
A simple way to overcome this is to start authentication in a chain before finishing authentication within a tree.
Within the authentication chain, specify the Successful Login URL to the URL of the necessary treeFebruary 17, 2020 at 9:46 pm #27609david.bateParticipant
New answer… use the Windows Desktop SSO Auth Tree Node:
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