CiscoSecure Services Client and Domain Logon

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Feb 20th, 2007

I'm attempting to get CSSC to perform an authentication against our ACS database using Single Sign On. However, I need the username to be passed to ACS as DOMAIN\USERNAME whereas CSSC appears to pass just the USERNAME portion. ACU/ADU have the ability to include the domain name in the logon, but I can't see a similar option in ACS. (The DOMAIN portion needs to be included as some users already exist in the ACS database as token-based users with the same USERNAME).

The documentation suggests it is possible to alter how the SSO details are passed to the authentication server, but I cannot find what the documentation refers to as the "SSO text entry box".

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sbilgi Mon, 02/26/2007 - 14:15

You need to enable this both on the ADU for the client side and also on the ACS server.

csannedhi Mon, 02/26/2007 - 20:33

Sounds like you want to submit the user credentials as domain\username. This makes me assume that you are using some sort of "external" user database. If it is a Windows database check the "Domain List" option.

csannedhi Mon, 02/26/2007 - 20:35

Also check the ACS for failed logins. The explanation will tell you what to do.


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