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Issue with re-ording modules on authentication chain - Sun Access Manager 7.1 (Doc ID 1493981.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle OpenSSO - Version 7.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Windows Desktop SSO - When logging into Sun Access Manager 7.1, login screen displays: "No configuration found."

In the authentication chain, if the modules will be reorder, so it looks like this:

LDAP SUFFICIENT
Windows Desktop SSO SUFFICIENT

-> Login page where credentials can be entered. If the user has a valid Kerberos ticket and select login without entering LDAP credentials the Kerberos ticket is read and the user is granted access.

When changing the chain to look like the following:

Windows Desktop SSO SUFFICIENT
LDAP SUFFICIENT

If the user does not have a valid Kerberos ticket, the unauthorized page is displayed and the user does not have the opportunity to enter LDAP credential.

Cause

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