The single sign-on feature in the Men & Mice Web Application allows users to sign in to the web using their active directory credentials.
Note: This article assumes that both a active directory group has already been added to the Men & Mice Suite and Kerberos/NTLM has been added to the preferences file for Men & Mice Web Services
Please refer to External Authentication for help for adding active directory groups to the Men & Mice Suite.
Please refer to API Authentication methods for help adding Kerberos/NTLM to preferences for Men & Mice Web Services.
- Make sure the user is a member of the active directory group that has already been added to the Men & Mice Suite.
- Log in to the workstation as the user in question.
- Open up internet explorer, click the cogwheel and select Internet options.
- Under the Security tab, select "Trusted Sites" and open up the "Sites" window.
Enter the URL of the Men & Mice Web Applcation into the "Add this website to the zone" and click Add.
(Note: It is necessary to uncheck the "Require server verification for all sides in this zone" if the Men & Mice Web Application is not running on https)
- In Internet Options click "Custom Level" to open Security Settings - Trusted Sites Zone.
- Make sure that under User Authentication -> Logon you have selected "Automatic logon with current username and password"
- Open a web browser* that supports single sign-on and navigate to the Men & Mice Web Application.
- Enter the FQDN/IP Address of the Men & Mice Central server.
- Check the "Log in with Single Sign-on" and click Log In.
*Single sign-on is only supported in Internet Explorer and Google Chrome