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Legacy Authentication Methods

Legacy Authentication Methods
Foundation 23.1

There are two primary deployment models for the Integration for Single Sign-On module. The first is a direct client/server model. In this model, the OnBase Web Server has a direct connection to the network on which it communicates, and client machines making use of the single sign-on functionality connect directly to it.

The other model uses an authentication server. In this model, both the Web Server and client machines communicate with an authentication server to establish a session. The client machine never communicates directly with the Web Server.

The same Single Sign On Config utility is used to configure both deployment models. After running the installer, this utility is typically located at C:\Program Files\Hyland\Single Sign On\SingleSignOnConfig.exe on the installation machine (under 64-bit systems it may be at C:\Program Files (x86)\Hyland\Single Sign On\SingleSignOnConfig.exe).


The Single Sign On Config utility cannot be run in 32-bit mode on a 64-bit operating system. However, the utility can still be used to configure Integration for Single Sign-On for a 32-bit process when running in 64-bit mode.

The steps in this guide are necessary only for the server-side configuration. End users do not need to do anything beyond ensuring that the organization's single sign-on application is running on their machines.


To complete the integration, please see the additional steps required in the Configuration chapter of this manual.

To deploy the different models of Integration for Single Sign-On see: