First - Server Side configuration -

Web Server IIS configuration with 'Integrated Windows Authentication'

Enable Inbuilt "Windows Authentication" mode provided by Internet Information Services (IIS).

- Go to, IIS Manager> Server> Websites> Default Website> Console or Launchpad

- Right click and select Properties> Directory Security> Edit – Authentication and Access Control.

- Enable the option "Integrated Windows Authentication" and click Apply> Ok and select all files.

 

Propalms Web Server Configuration through Console

- Go to Propalms TSE Console>Options>Users>Under Features, 'AD Single Sign On'.

- Enable the option and Update. 

 

Second - Client Side Configuration -

Propalms Client Manager Configuration

- Go to Propalms TSE launchpad website e.g. http://webserver/launchpad 

- Select - 'Client Settings' TAB.

- Click Update, Check the Enable SSO option and Save.

Alternatively, you can configure the above settings through - browserless 'TSE Desktop Client'. 

- Go to - 'Launch Settings' TAB.

- Click Update, Check the Enable SSO option and Save.

 

Important  -

  • Propalms TSE 7.0 supports client side AD Single Sign On (SSO).
  • This should be used only in AD environment where client machine is part of the same domain as TSE Servers. This will eliminate an extra AD login for end users when connecting and launching apps with TSE. 
  • When enabled TSE v7 client will cache the Windows logon information and use it to authenticate against TSE. 
  • Older Propalms TSE versions will only support SSO integration through Web Server IIS as mentioned under above headline - Web Server IIS configuration with 'Integrated Windows Authentication. Which would only support browser based SSO for Propalms Clients.