We have tried integrating Crowd with Confluence. I was able to login both Crowd and Confluence with the same credentials, but I am facing issues with the SSO.
Also, when I stop and start the Crowd server, I am not able to login to Crowd and other applications as well.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Disclaimer, I work for an add-on vendor that delivers SSO through Kerberos (integrated windows authentication) and SAML.
I believe that when you enable Crowd SSO then logging in with local accounts is no longer possible.
What is logged in crowd and the application when you are trying to sign in?
What error is presented to the user?
Lars, Kantega Single Sign-on
Thanks for your reply.
I have fixed the issue by configuring SSO for Atlassian products through Crowd console.
Followed the basic SSO principle of configuring the common domain name for the products (JIra, Bitbucket, Confluence) in host file (both in server and local machine - Local DNS)
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