Configure Single Sign-On
The single sign-on feature allows end users to log into a Windows client machine, then use certain Cisco Unified Communications Manager applications without signing on again.
Perform the following steps to configure single sign-on in your network.
For information about configuring single sign-on with Cisco Unified Communication interface for Microsoft Office Communicator, refer to the Cisco Unified Communication interface for Microsoft Office Communicator documentation.
Ensure that your environment meets the requirements.
Provision the OpenAM server in Active Directory, then generate keytab files.
Import the OpenAM server certificate into the Cisco Unified Communications Manager tomcat-trust store.
Configure Windows single sign-on with Active Directory and OpenAM.
(For Cisco Unified Administration only) Verify that the user is provisioned in the Active Directory.
(For Cisco Unified Administration only) Synchronize the user data to the Cisco Unified Communications Manager database using the DirSync service.
(For Cisco Unified Administration only) Add the user to the CCM Super Users group to enable access to Cisco Unified Administration.
Configure client browsers for single sign-on.
Enable single sign-on in Cisco Unified Communications Manager.