Unformatted text preview: application when attempting to access another application in the same domain. Therefore, the solution to this scenario is enabling and configuring Single Sign-On ( SSO ). SSO was covered in detail in Chapter 2 , Securing the Administrative Interface consequently, if you need a refresher, please refer to the sub-section Setting the domain name . In order to access the SSO settings page follow the breadcrumb Security | Global security | ( Authentication [page section] | Web and SIP security [expand] | ) Single sign-on (SSO) . On that page, check the Enabled checkbox and enter the name of the SSO domain under the Domain name field as shown in the following screenshot...
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- Spring '12
- other applications, SSO settings page