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Process of Implementing Windows Integrated Authentication

This topic describes the tasks involved in implementing a Windows Integrated Authentication Single Sign-On authentication system.

The process outlined in this topic provides instructions for implementing and testing Web SSO authentication for a single Siebel application, using Microsoft Windows Integrated Authentication as your Web SSO solution. You can repeat the appropriate instructions in this process to provide Web SSO access to additional Siebel Business Applications. For details on the environment setup for the solution outlined in the process, see Requirements for the Example Windows Integrated Authentication Environment.

Perform the following tasks to implement and test Windows Integrated Authentication SSO:

  1. Verify that all requirements are met. For information, see:
  2. Set up third-party Web SSO authentication.
  3. Review About Creating a Database Login for Externally Authenticated Users.
  4. Setting Up Active Directory to Store Siebel User Credentials for Windows Integrated Authentication.
  5. Configuring the Microsoft IIS Web Server for Windows Integrated Authentication
  6. Creating Users in the Directory (Windows Integrated Authentication).
  7. Adding User Records in the Siebel Database.
  8. Setting Web Single Sign-On Authentication Parameters in the SWSE Configuration File.
  9. Configure authentication parameters, using one of the following methods:
  10. Restarting Servers.
  11. Testing Web Single Sign-On Authentication.
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