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CMS-XML SBM: Setup SBM to access SQL Server using Windows Authentication
Here are the steps necessary to setup SBM to connection to a SQL Server database using Windows Authentication. Create a Windows Domain Service account and give it login access to SQL. NOTE: This user much have the ability to login in batch mode (Start > Administrative Tools > Locak Security Policy > User Rights Assignment > Login in batch mode).
CMS-XML SQL Server Windows Authentication login issue when SBM is configured to use Windows Authentication and SSO
In this scenario, you must change the Tomcat service log on identity. This identity is then used to access the SQL Server database. This works unless you also use Windows Authentication to validate users with SSO to manage sessions in SBM.
CMS-XML How to output logs of login access attempts
Authentication events can be selected from the Active Diagnosticis (AD) DB by either context or system type ( i.e. {Ctx:/auth/i} or {SysType:/auth/i}}. Successful logins can be seen at “INFO”, “DEBUG”, and “TRACE” levels while failed ones can be seen at “ERROR” level. By default, AD records at info level which will included failed and successful authentications.
CMS-XML Enabling Automatic Smart Card / Common Access Card (CAC) Log In
If you enable automatic log in , SmartCard authentication is enforced—the SSO log in page does not appear. This means only users with a valid SmartCard can access Business Mashups.
CMS-XML How-To Configure the Attachment Directory Access Account Logon Privilege
This logon type is intended for batch servers, where processes may be executing on behalf of a user without their direct intervention. This type is also for higher performance servers that process many plaintext authentication attempts at a time, such as mail or web servers. LOGON32_LOGON_SERVICE
CMS-XML Don't see SBM login form or get prompted with a windows security login prompt. Access to SBM denied
Try resetting the authentication . For example, open Configurator and change from SSO authentication to use Cookies, click Apply, change it back to SSO, and Apply.
CMS-XML Login screen gives: Error authenticating user "USERNAME": Web Services "http://SERVER/gsoap/gsoap_sll.dll?sbminternalservices72" appears to be down.
If you are having difficulting figuring out the issue with IIS, use the VBScript in KB article S142032 to test access to the website from the server. The generated output often provides more information.
CMS-XML Enable third party authentication with SSO
Therefore, it is important to protect users from getting to the SBM Federation server url. The path to the /idp/ login in SBM 10.1.2+ should be only accessible through the authentication server.
CMS-XML New Authentication Options in SBM Configurator
There are two methods for accessing the SBM system: either by logging in via the browser interfaces or by access through Web services (AE, JSON, etc.) or the SBM API. The new configuration options are described below for each method of accessing SBM. If you use SSO to manage sessions, new authentication options include: · Gathering credentials using the SSO login form and validating against the Windows domain (see 1)
CMS-XML All communication from Tomcat to IIS fails if Client Certificate Authentication is enabled
In Application Repository, a login error (Invalid user ID or password) appears when users attempt to access the repository.
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