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Legacy Authentication Methods

Platform
OnBase
Product
Legacy Authentication Methods
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier
  1. Launch the Single Sign On Config utility (SingleSignOnConfig.exe).
    Note:

    If Windows UAC is enabled, the executable must be run as an administrator.

    The Single Sign On Config dialog is displayed.

  2. Enter the path to the Virtual Directory. This is the virtual directory of the OnBase Web Server. In a default installation, the virtual directory is at C:\inetpub\wwwroot\AppNet.
  3. Select Web Server in the Type section. The Authenticator drop-down list is displayed.
    Note:

    Do not select App Server or Uses App Server. These are the configuration options for use with the Authentication Server model.

  4. From the Authenticator drop-down list, select the authentication scheme that is used in your organization. Integration for Single Sign-On must use one of the available authentication methods.

    The following items should be noted about some of the authenticators:

    • The SAML authenticator requires the information in the SAML SSO Properties dialog box to be completed. See SAML SSO Configuration.

    • The CAS authenticator requires the information in the CAS Namespace dialog box to be completed. See CAS SSO Configuration for more information before closing the Single Sign On Config utility.

    • The PeopleSoft Enterprise authenticator requires additional configuration. See Single Sign-On for PeopleSoft Enterprise.

    • The OnBase Entrust authenticator requires additional configuration. In order to function correctly, this authentication method must be partly configured using a separate utility. See Enabling OnBase Entrust.

    • The CUSTOM... authenticator requires Integration for Single Sign-On to be deployed in a way consistent with the custom authentication solution. See Using Custom Authenticators before continuing with the configuration.

  5. Click Configure to accept the configuration.
  6. Click Close to close the Single Sign On Config utility.

To complete the configuration, see Additional Configuration for Single Sign-On.