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== [[Testing_your_Kerberos_SSO_authentication_setup|Testing your Kerberos SSO authentication setup]] ==
 
 
Read more about  [http://2017.swg.safesquid.com/index.php/Define_User_Groups_That_Correspond_To_Role-based_Groups_In_LDAP Enable SSO authentication for LDAP users]
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 16:47, 17 April 2019

Overview

Kerberos Authentication support is particularly useful for Enterprise networks that have a Microsoft AD based Domain controller. By properly configuring the necessary Kerberos related factors, your enterprise Internet users can optionally enjoy Windows Integrated Authentication. Windows Integrated Authentication is a non-interactive authentication process, that uses SSO authentication. SSO ensures that your users do not have to manually provide their user credentials as username / password to access your networked enterprise resources and services, yet their access is restricted as specified. SSO, thus not only just adds convenience to the overall user experience, but also enhances security.

SSO configuration 

SSO configuration includes below two steps

Integrate your Active Directory with SafeSquid

You should integrate your active directory for SSO authentication.

Read more about  Integrate Active Directory For SSO Authentication

Testing your Kerberos SSO authentication setup