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Question On Expected Behavior With OAM SSO When Applications Accessed In Multiple IE TABs (Doc ID 1535653.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 02, 2019

Applies to:

COREid Access - Version 10.1.4.3.0 and later
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Question On Expected Behavior With  OAM SSO When Applications Accessed In Multiple IE TABs

Access Server version 10.1.4.3 BP09
Webgates versions involved 10.1.4.3 BP09, and 10.1.4.2 BP04

3 Applications
a. APP-A - With Webgate 10.1.4.3 BP09
b. APP-B - With Webgate 10.1.4.3 BP09
c. APP-C - Authentication Portal 10.1.4.2 BP04

 
Scenario I
a. Open a fresh browser in IE8 session.(TAB-A)
b. Access an OAM SSO enabled application (WG 10.1.4.3 BP)9). - APP-A
c. User is redirected to application having webgate 10.1.4.2 BP04 for authenticating user(APP-C). After successful authentication, user is redirected back to application(APP-A).
d. Open another TAB in IE8(TAB-B). Access another application APP-B. As it is a child window, SSO will be successful and user is allowed to access the application.
e. Go back to TAB-A and access a OAM protected resource. User is redirected for re-authentication with ObSSOCookie set loggedoutcontiniue.

What should be the expected behavior?

Scenario II
a. Open a fresh browser in IE8 session.(TAB-A)
b. Access an OAM SSO enabled application (WG 10.1.4.3 BP)9). - APP-A. This webgate is connecting to an Access Server in DEV environment.
c. Open another TAB in IE8(TAB-B). Access another application APP-B. This webgate is connected to an Access server in PRD environment.
d. Go back to TAB-A and access a OAM protected resource. User is asked to re-authenticate with ObSSOCookie set loggedoutcontiniue.

Is this expected behavior?
 

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