Hello, I installed Sharepoint 3.0. As far as I know Microsoft Single Sign On should have been installed automatically by installing ss. But the service is not there (at services.msc). Can you help me out?
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I am trying to use the concept of Single Sign On (SSO) in my asp.net application.
for the purpose i have created a main domain say mydomain.com.
now i have 2 subdomains sub1.mydomain.com & sub2.mydomain.com.
I am running these very fine. But now I want to have a SSO for my domains. For the same have
googled lot and found some stuff such as adding machine key to web.config and specifying domain names in cookies.
But it is not at all working for me. when I specify the domain name for cookies i am unable to sign out.
I am using FormsAuthentication in asp.net.
Following is the code I have in my web.config.
<forms name=".ASPXFORMSAUTH" path="/" loginUrl="myHome.aspx" protection="All" timeout="1339" domain="mydomain.com">
I am using Microsoft Single Sign On service in context to Sharepoint server 2007.
I want the external applications to use the single sign on service for authentication within a secure Enterprise portal environment.
Here the external application should be authenticated via single sign-on. But while configuring SSO in Share point central admin, it offers two methods of "Manage settings for enterprise application definitions" which is
Individual and Group .
According to my requirements,
1. I need some set of users (may be a group of users) to make use of credential1 to authenticate the external application. so
Group should be mapped to one common external
2. I need rest of the users who does not belong to the above said user group should use
individual external credentials mapped to Individual user .
I need both of these scenarios to be handles using a single Application definition created for my external application.
So suggest me an ideal way to achieve this mixed Individual and Group credential mapping in
Here is my scenario...
I have a web app located at www.MyMainSite.com and I have several domains, such as www.MyFirstSite.com, www.MySecondSite.com, etc. all pointing to the same directory in IIS. I use Host Headers to acheive this by setting the 'Host Header Values' under properties for the main site (under the Web site identification section). Based on the host header value I perform different functions in my pages.
Because of the way I have it set up, all the domains share the same files, web.config, etc. I have set the 'machinekey' in my web.config and have forms authemtication. However, when I go to MyMainSite.com and log in and then the user clicks a link and gets directed to MyFirstSite.com the user is shown as logged out. I need the user to be logged in and I need to be able to access the logged in user profile to display certain information. I thought by setting the 'machinekey', i could acheive this, but it does not seem to work.
Can someone please explain to me how to go about having a single log on for my users?
The articles I have found show
I have one asp.net application and one sharepoint 2010 site which are using forum based authentication and same membership provider. How can i make these two applications into single sign on. e.g., once i log in to asp.net application, it should not be required
for entering user name and password again when user navigate to sharepoint site.
Any replied will be appreciated.
we have a extranet sharepoint site(Form based authentication).After login into site there are couple of links on the home page.If you click on the link it will take to you to another website(PHP based sites and it will ask authentication).
can i implement single sign on for entire application?
Please ask me if you dont understand my question.
I am very thankful for your reply.
I have a question regarding claims based authentication. I have configured my claims provider to one of my SharePoint web apps. Single sign-on working perfectly. After doing authentication my Idp adds some cookies and cookies needs to be cleared when
user is signed out in SharePoint. Basically I need single sign-out by redirecting to my Idp logout url.
My questions are:
* How can I acheive single sign-out (federated sing-out)?
* Does sharepiont provides any standard mechanism to do signle sign-out?
We migrated our web server to window server 2008, IIS 7.
We have single sign on application - that we login through one application called "users" and then no need to login to other applications, they all use the same machine key and cookie.
it works fine when all then applications under the same application pool.
but we have one application that is asp.net 2005. (the rest are asp.net 2003)
the user application is in asp.net 2003 and that other application is in asp.net 2005.
so each application is in a different application pool. -
one pool to asp.net 1.1 and other pool to asp.net 2.
when I run the asp.net 2005 application
I get the login page and after I login I get the following errer:
HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly. Requested Url: /users/Unauthorised.aspx
Important: If I switch the "user" application (the login) to work under the same pool as my asp.net 2005 application, then it works fine with the asp.net 2005 application,but I get the above error for the asp.net 2003 applications
All this happened after we swi
I turned on Single Sign on Service onÃÂ MOSS 2007 Server.ÃÂ In my environment, I have medium server farm with 2 front-end web servers, App server, index server and cluster SQL backend.
When I tried to configure single sign on, I got this error
"The sql server specified is either invalid or is an unsupported version"
Under the server name, I entered SQL Cluster name instead of the SQL Server name because my SQL server is set up as cluster.
Have anyone sucessfully set up SSO on MOSS 2007?