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APPX Client Single Sign-On (Windows Only)

This allows the Appx Client to automatically use your Windows Active Directly desktop authenticated credentials to log into an Appx server.


Overview

This feature requires that you are running on a Windows Desktop and connecting to a Windows Server, that both desktop and server and managed by the same Active Directory controller, and that you have logged into your desktop using your Active Directory account. If this is all true you can configure the client and server to auto-authenticate and skip the login dialog Appx normally requires. To do this you must alter settings in the client preferences and the appxLoginMgr config.

Usage:

The client property -useSSO=true must be set either on the client command line or in the client preferences.

The appxLoginMgr must be configured with an Authentication Method of Win-SSO via -AM=Win-SSO

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-- PeteBrower - 2012-03-29

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