Configuring Windows Native Authentication for Oracle Application Server 10g on Windows

(Doc ID 282074.1)

Last updated on JULY 01, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Application Server Single Sign-On - Version 9.0.4 to 10.1.4.3 [Release 10gR1 to 10gR3]
Generic Windows
***Checked for relevance on 10-FEB-2015***

Goal

The aim of this article is to show how to configure Windows Native Authentication (WNA) for OracleAS 10g version 9.0.4 on a Windows server. It provides step by step instructions and contains sample files in order to show what the configuration files should look like.

For setting up WNA in OracleAS 10g version 10.1.2 see:
Oracle Identity Management Integration Guide 10g Release 2 (10.1.2)
Chapter 18 Integration with the Microsoft Active Directory Environment
- Configuration of Integration with Microsoft Active Directory
18.3.8 Configuring Windows Native Authentication

For setting up WNA in OracleAS 10g version 10.1.4 see:
Oracle Identity Management Integration Guide 10g  (10.1.4.0.1)
Chapter 19 Integration with the Microsoft Active Directory Environment
- Configuration of Integration with Microsoft Active Directory
- Configuring Windows Native Authentication


This article does not show how to configure Active Directory (AD) to Oracle Internet Directory (OID) Synchronization, which is a prerequisite to configuring WNA.
See:
Oracle Internet Directory Administrator's Guide 10g (9.0.4)
Chapter 43 Integration with the Microsoft Windows Environment


For Further background on setting up WNA see:
Oracle Application Server Single Sign-On Administrator's Guide 10g (9.0.4)
Chapter 8 Windows Native Authentication

and step by step tutorial.

For Unix or Linux platforms see:
<Note:264666.1> Configuring Windows Native Authentication for Oracle Application Server 10g (9.0.4) on Unix/Linux

Note that although these steps are carried out by the ssoca utility for version 10.1.2 and above this document is a useful reference for checking a configuration as the files changed are the same as documented in this article.

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