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CMS-XML How to setup NT Challenge Response / Windows Authentication with SBM/TeamTrack
Setting up NT Challenge Response / Windows Authentication allows users to be automatically logged into SBM/TeamTrack via their Windows credentials. In other words, when users go to the SBM /TeamTrack URL, they will not be prompted for a login. Instead, they will be automatically logged in using their Windows domain account.
CMS-XML How to get Windows Authentication / NT Challenge Response to work with Chrome
Setting up NT Challenge Response / Windows Authentication allows users to be automatically logged into SBM/TeamTrack via their Windows credentials. In other words, when users go to the SBM /TeamTrack URL, they will not be prompted for a login. Instead, they will be automatically logged in using their Windows domain account.
CMS-XML Setting up PKI authentication with SBM
Serena Composer does not use CAC/PIV/etc cards for authentication. However, as of SBM 10.1.4, you can generate a client certificate that resides in the user's Windows profile that will give the user access to the SBM server without the need for a password. These instructions can be found in the SBM Composer guide.
CMS-XML New Authentication Options in SBM Configurator
SBM Login Form: Enter login id and password and authenticate using the web service authentication method (see next option). Windows Authentication :
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 How to use Windows NT authentication with IIS, SQL Sever and TeamTrack
Note: With SBM Configuration Tool ( Configurator ) this it is not possible to set up to use SQL Server using Windows NT Authentication to access the database.
CMS-XML How to enable NTCR or IWA while using SBM SSO
As of SBM 10.1.2, it is now possible to go to the SBM User Workspace and automatically be logged in based using the credentials of the user that is signed into the workstation. This is sometimes referred to as single sign on, but should not be confused with Serena's Single Sign-on (SSO). This is also known as NT Challenge Response (NTCR) or Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA).
CMS-XML SBM user licenses, laptop and mobile/fixed devices
A license will be set for clean up once the user clicks the Exit link in the interface; in SBM 11.4, simply closing the web browser will act like clicking the Exit link in the UI. Clicking this link should return the user to a landing page. If clicking this link logs the user back in (because you are using Windows Authentication ), then we need to change in setting in [1]
CMS-XML Does SBM work with Single Sign On SSO
can also mean log in once to the Windows workstation and never be presented with a log in prompt by Serena products. This method uses the concept of Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA). Prior to SBM 10.1.2, this could only be done without
CMS-XML SBM: Login screen redirects to idp but never loads and only displays a white screen
Under Web Server > Health and Diagnostics, select HTTP Logging. Under Web Server > Performance, none are required, but customers typically select Static Content Compression. Under Web Server > Security, select Request Filtering, Basic Authentication , Digest Authentication , Windows Authentication .
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