WebLogic and WebCenter SSO with IIS – Windows Native Authentication (WNA), SPNEGO using Active Directory (AD)

Setting up Windows Native Authentication (with Kerberos) Single Sign-On (SSO) within WebLogic can be tricky. One way to accomplish this is to use IIS to front-end the WebLogic cluster. You need to use an IISIdentityAsserter in this scenario. Using an Identity Asserter based on HTTP headers has security implications and it’s important to ensure the communications are locked down between the IIS front-end to the WebLogic cluster. I don’t have much time to type more about this, but was excited about some recent work and wanted to get a quick post up in reference to this.

One Comment on “WebLogic and WebCenter SSO with IIS – Windows Native Authentication (WNA), SPNEGO using Active Directory (AD)”

  1. Great. We are looking into this “Setting up Windows Native Authentication (with Kerberos) Single Sign-On (SSO) within WebLogic” & working on establishing this.

    We are having challenges/difficulties in establishing this. If we could get any help, that would be great.

    Perhaps, sending some list of steps/notes would be great for our team.

    -kevin

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