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Sec/User Mgmt: Single Sign-On Settings Tab

Document created by RSA Information Design and Development Employee on Jan 30, 2020Last modified by RSA Information Design and Development Employee on Sep 8, 2020
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The SSO Settings tab provides a way to enable SSO.

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RoleI want to ...Show me how
AdminEnable SSO SettingsConfigure Single Sign-On
Admin Configure Active DirectoryConfigure Active Directory

Admin

Configure ADFS as IDP for NetWitness

For instructions on how to configure ADFS as IDP for NetWitness, see the Configure SAML 2.0 provider settings for portals topic in Microsoft documentation.

AdminMap User Roles to External GroupsManage Users with Roles and Permissions

Quick Look

To access this view, go to (Admin) > Security and click the Single Sign-On Settings tab.

The following table lists the features of the Single Sign-On tab.

                                               
FeatureDescription
Enable SSO Checkbox that indicates whether or not the single sign-on is enabled. This box is cleared by default.
Auto Import IDP MetadataIf selected the latest IDP metadata is downloaded at regular intervals.

Metadata URL

Enter the metadata URL generated when the connection was established with the ADFS.

Use ProxyIf enabled, the requests to IDP will be routed through the proxy configured in (Admin) > System > HTTP Proxy settings.
Import IDP Metadata

Enter the metadata URL generated when the connection was established with the ADFS.

Note: Make sure you update the link every time the IDP metadata is updated.

Entity ID

A unique identifier for NetWitness unique amongst all the applications managed by the same IDP.

Enable Global LogoutCheckbox that enables Global Logout setting for users.
When Global Logout is enabled, the user is logged out of NetWitness and also from other applications authenticated by ADFS.

Apply

The admin-server is restarted after which you will get notified in the notification tray when the metadata is ready to be downloaded.

Export Service Provider MetadataExports an XML file which is uploaded to IDP to establish the connection between NetWitness (SP) and IDP (ADFS) for authentication.

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