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Oracle® ILOM Security Guide For Firmware Releases 3.x and 4.x

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Updated: May 2019
 
 

Modify the Single Sign-On Service State and Port

Before You Begin

  • The Single Sign-On (SSO) service State property and respective network port (1126) is enabled by default in Oracle ILOM.

  • The User Management (u) role is required in Oracle ILOM to modify the SSO service State property.

  1. Navigate to the User Account tab in the Oracle ILOM web interface.

    For instance, in the:

    • 3.0.x web interface, click User Management -> User Account.
    • 3.1 and later web interface, click ILOM Administration -> User Account.
  2. In the User Account page modify the SSO State property, and then click Save to apply the change.

    Note that disabling the SSO State property in Oracle ILOM results in: a) closing the open SSO network port; b) prompting users to re-enter their password upon launching a KVMS console; and c) allowing CMM users to navigate to a blade server SP without having to re-enter password.

Related Information

  • Single Sign-On Service, Oracle ILOM Administrator's Guide for Configuration and Maintenance (Firmware 3.2.x)

  • Single Sign-On Service, Oracle ILOM 3.1 Configuration and Maintenance Guide

  • Configure Single Sign-On, Oracle ILOM 3.0 Daily Management - CLI Procedures Guide

  • Configure Single Sign-On, Oracle ILOM 3.0 Daily Management - Web Procedures Guide