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Oracle Access Manger Windows Native Authentication (WNA) Login Scenarios (Doc ID 1278339.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 22, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Access Manager - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Oracle Access Manger WNA login Scenarios...

When the browser being used is configured to use Integrated Windows Authentication and
a resource that this protected by OAM kerb auth module is called…

If a Kerberos ticket is identified (received by OAM - irrespective of the domain), it is tried to be authenticated against the KDC configured with OAM. If Authentication fails, user is denied access.

If a NTLMSSP ticket is identified (received by OAM) authentication fails

If the browser being used is not configured to use Integrated Windows Authentication. When a resource that this protected by OAM kerb auth module, no TGT is supplied, a browser basic auth windows is displayed; where you can enter a valid username/pwd format combination that is defined by the default OAM Identity store User login attribute. In other words if a Kerberos ticket can't be identified (received by OAM- irrespective of browser, OS, domain-login etc), fallback mechanism will be invoked.


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