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Status Not under consideration
Workspace SPSS Modeler
Components SPSS Modeler Server
Created by Guest
Created on Dec 20, 2019

SSO Support using native GSS-API

While trying to implement SSO on Modeler 18.2.1 client server setup we came accross issue which prevented us from implementing it. Support case : TS003015635


We followed the folowing IBM guide for implementing SSO step by step, but we are not successful in implementing the SSO.


Upon further investigation we found out that this might be happening because TGT is not retrieved and allowtgtsession key is not working because of Windows 10 Credential Guard.

For solving this, another API library is created by java which allows it to be used in secured manner.


Right now, the SSO only works by creating and using the cached ticket using "kinit " command. But our intention is to use LSA cache as a ticket, since kinit requires a specific(network) password but we are using smart card credentials for logging in, so every user is not having a dedicated password and this is the primary reason we want to switch to SSO.

Needed by Date Jan 31, 2020