Follow this procedure to edit the General attributes of an existing authentication domain, or to add providers to it. (See To Add Providers to an Authentication Domain.) The starting point is the Authentication Domains screen under Federation.
Select the name of a configured authentication domain to modify its profile, or to add providers to it.
The Authentication Domain Profile page is displayed.
Edit the values of the authentication domain's General attributes.
Contains the name for the authentication domain. This value is static.
Contains a description of the authentication domain.
Specifies the location of the service that writes the common domain cookie. Use the format http://common-domain-host:port/common/writer.
Specifies the location of the service that reads the common domain cookie. Use the format http://common-domain-host:port/common/transfer.
The default status is Active. Selecting Inactive disables communication within the authentication domain.
Click Add to add providers to the authentication domain.
The Trusted Partner page is displayed with a list of available provider entities.
Choose one or more available providers and click the Add arrow to select them.
The list provided contains the names of entities that have been created. These entities contain providers. For more information, see To Add Providers to an Authentication Domain.
Click OK to save the providers to the authentication domain.
This will return you to the previous Authentication Domain Profile screen.
Click Save to complete the operation.