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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?
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?