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Crowd for several servers/domains/applications Edited

Yet another feasibility question.

Currently we have 3 applications for which we would like to centralize the user management and get a Single Sign On:

The user management for these applications should run on:

So we have a mixture of the two examples given at https://confluence.atlassian.com/crowd/overview-of-sso-179445277.html.

Do we have to configure a third reverse proxy to cover the confluence on server2 - like https://server1.company.domain/manuals?

 

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You don't have to configure a reverse proxy, but you do need to make sure server2 can get to Crowd and Crowd can reach it over the base url.

ok for the common user directory.

But is this also true for Single Sign On? The page that I quoted above says that the domain in the Crowd configuration differs between example 1 and 2 (domain.com vs .domain.com). Which one should we choose in our mixed configuration?

I have yet another open question because we can't get SSO to work even with one server only.

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