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Crowd SSO Domain using a subdomain name

I am trying to get SSO working between all of the Atlassian products (ex. JIRA, Bamboo, Stash, Confluence) and need to configure the domain. We have a domain like 'test.example.com' that we want to use for our prodects. We will then access JIRA for example via 'test.example.com/jira'.

When I try and put 'test.example.com' into the domain on Crowd it is invalid becasue it is looking for '.example.com'. This is not what I want because we are using content reverse proxy and not subdomain name. Is there a way that I can use 'test.example.com' as the domain or should I just put 'example.com' and will that work. Thanks.

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Okay well I guess I answered my own question... it was in the fine print of the documentation. I will leave this question here just because I think others will have similar questions in the future.

First, my crowd is running behind a proxy (test.example.com/crowd). I was trying to configure it from the IP address instead of the proxy address. I found my answer in the documentation (https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CROWD/Domain) saying "The 'SSO Domain' field will accept only values based on the domain that is used to access the Crowd console."

After accessing Crowd via the proxy address (test.example.com/crowd) I was able to use the subdomain in the Domain field. I hope this helps in the future.

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Hi Jared,

I see that the SSO Domain field brings this information: "Leave this field empty if you want cookies to be set to the domain that requests are made to"

Have you tried to leave it empty and test the SSO?

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Thanks Tiago,

I actually did see that but that wasn't the issue. I found the answer and am posting it right now. It is simple explanation, I just needed to read the documentation more closely. I would assume that leaving it blank would work though.

Thanks.

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