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Crowd SSO is not working on remote machine

I have crowd and jenkins installed on a windows machine

For putting into a domain, i created virtual host on apache.

Now my jenkins is accessible using url http://manjuls.com/jenkinsand crowd using http://manjuls.com/crowd.

I set SSO domain as manjuls.com in crowd administration part.

Now SSO is working smoothly on same machine on which crowd and jenkins are installed.

But, SSO is not working on any remote desktop. (for accessing crowd and jenkins using above urls i have done entry in host file of windows on both machines-local and remote desktop)

Please guide me.

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Hi Tiago, thanks for your response and suggestion.

I tracked log file and i found that i didn't provide trusted proxy server.

After giving trusted proxy server in crowd my crowd SSO is working fine on remote machines also.

Hi Manjul, you can check the logs with debug enabled to get more information about this issue:

  1. Under Admin -> Logging & Profiling in Crowd, change the com.atlassian.crowd package to DEBUG.
  2. Replicate the problem you are having (Logoff from all the apps; Login to your third-party and then try to access Crowd; Logoff again from all the apps; Login to Crowd and then try to access your third-party app).
  3. Check the results into atlassian-crowd.log file.

I hope this helps

Cheers

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