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Single Sign-On - I too face the same problem

  Asked By: Payal    Date: Nov 18    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 812

I have a SharePointPortal Site and two team sites created from within
the Portal site.
The SharePointPortal Server computer, My computer and My user's computer
are all on the same AD domain (say GWLAD)
Both My ID and the User's ID are AD ids
My ID is the administrator in all the sites while the User's ID is a
Contributor in all three.
However every navigation the user makes, the user needs to log in
thrice. Can any one help ???

As for me, If I launch the SPPS 2003 portal site from the SPPS server,
It asks me once for authentication (Note: I logged in to the SPPS server
with the same My AD ID). If I launch the portal site from my desktop
(again logged in on the workstation using the same My AD ID), it takes
me in without prompting even once.

My main concern is to limit the user's login to either nothing or just
once.

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4 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Monica Bailey     Answered On: Nov 18

Also, i've a problem  with single  sign-on. I've activate Single Sign-On,
then, one user  comes into the portal  and identifies to himself. But after, when
he works with documents for example, the portal returns to ask for the user and
password . That is, the Single sign-on  isn't working.

happens to somebody the same? how could i solve it?

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Chandra Manjrekar     Answered On: Nov 18

I am not sure you are using the Single sign-on  for the right purpose.
Single sign-on allow for delegated authentication to other application
external to Sharepoint.



What you are saying is that user  get multi-prompt when accessing
document which can happens if you are accessing the portal  from a
workstation that is not part of the NT domain

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Lora Wall     Answered On: Nov 18

Then, there's any way to sove the multi-prompt?
If i Include all the workstations into domain, the problem  would be solved?
But if isn't possible to include all, there isn't solution?

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Mahendra Parte     Answered On: Nov 18

Including all the workstations will help. As far as user  not in a
domain, they will have to enter credentials every time a new application
instance access the portal, IE, Office, ...

 
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