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Configuring Extensions – Windows Authentication – HT874

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Configure Windows Authentication

 

  • Please make sure you have a single OpenLM Server installation on a central network server.
  • Make sure OpenLM is configured to interact with an IIS environment.
  • Activate Directory Synchronization extension.
  • Activate Roles and Permissions extension.
  • Windows Control panelPrograms and featuresTurn Windows features on or offRolesWeb server (IIS)Add Role Services –> Windows Authentication –> Mark as installed.
  • On the IIS Manager –> select EasyAdmin –> click on the Authentication icon.
    • Enable windows authentication.
    • Enable ASP.Net Impersonation.
    • Disable anonymous authentication.
  • On the IIS Manager –> select EasyAdmin –> click on the Configuration Editor icon –> system.webserver/validation section –> set the value of validateIntegratedModeConfiguration to ‘False’.

 

For Chrome and IE Browsers

    • Tools –> Internet Options –> Security –> Local Intranet Zone –> Sites –> Advanced
    •  Fill in the local Intranet Site (e.g. https://servername.openlm.com) –> Click Add.

 

For FireFox Browsers

    •  In the Firefox address bar type About:Config –>Type NTLM in the filter box
    • Double click on the network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris entry
    • Type in the local Intranet Site (https://servername.openlm.com) and click ‘OK’.
  • Open up the OpenLM EasyAdmin User Interface –> Start –> Administration–> System.
  • Check the Enable Trusted Authentication box –> add the trusted domain name(s) you have set up during the LDAP synchronization stage (above) –> Save
  • See full documentation.
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