I know we can do SSO with Crowd for Atlassian tools. How about SSO for Windows? In other words, once I logged onto my desktop and launch the tools, I don't have to log in anymore. How do I achieve it? Thanks.
As for our experience, we've (AppFusions) done this over 60 times for clients - honestly, I stopped counting at that number last year. I guess I can check in our books - but anyways, with that alone, we got it down ! Kerberos SSO - not NTLM.
Is it plug and play? It's not plug and play. It's packaged for quickest deployment process that we have been able to get to so far.
What's the process?
We started doing these deployments in Oct 2011, so nowadays, customers are coming back for annual updates - good sign, I figure. Anyways, we don't get really any complaints. Once installed, just works.
Why is it not DIY (do it yourself)?
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WRT the questionaire:
95% of "applied for" cases pass prelim validation, regardless of complexities shared - but there are some caveats/gotchas depending on support needs for platform, browser, proxy configs, and forest definition, other systems, etc. which is mandatory to know up front.
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