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How to configure Oracle BPM Single Sign On (SSO) authentication with Kerberos / SPNEGO. (Doc ID 2314657.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 19, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Business Process Management Suite - Version and later
Generic (Platform Independent)


The document describes how to  how to configure  Oracle BPM Single Sign On (SSO) with Microsoft Windows client using Kerberos / SPNEGO authentication and assertion provided by a Microsoft Windows Server.

It covers the most common scenario when  the authentication server the KDC (Kerberos Key Distribution Center) is on Microsoft Windows Server, the BPM/Weblogic runs on a Unix  server  and the users authenticate against Microsoft Active directory  and the end user is on Microsoft Windows 7/8/10 that authenticates on the Microsoft Windows Server domain.



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In this Document
 1. Overview.
 2. Before starting. Prerequisites.
 3. Configuration of the Microsoft Windows Server
 4. Configuration of the BPM/WLS Server
 5. Configuration of end user Windows client (Windows 7/8/10)
 6. Testing and Troubleshooting
 7. References

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