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WSO2 identity server is capable of running in multiple platforms. But the IWA However, the Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) authenticator is designed only for the Windows server . And and enabling IWA theIWA authenticator may sometime cause conflict with other authenticators. Because of these reasons Therefore, the IWA authenticator is not enabled in WSO2 Identity Server by default . However the authenticator but can be enabled in WSO2 Identity Server with some configurations. For more information on how IWA is used for single-sign-on, see the Integrated Windows Authentication page.

Prerequisites:

  • Web Server
    • Windows Server 2003 or later
    • An Active Directory configured in the Windows server
    • WSO2 Identity Server 5.1.0
  • Client
    • Microsoft Windows Operating System (XP, Vista, 7)
    • Internet Explorer 7+ , Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome (or any other web browser that support IWA)
    • Following are the steps to configure IWA in WSO2 Identity Server.

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Access the WSO2 Identity Server from a client machine (the user should be logged in to the domain of the server) by entering the WSO2 Identity Server's URL (e.g., https://192.168.4.108:9443/carbon) from your client browser. You are logged into the WSO2 Identity Server without having to enter your password. The following is a part of the server log when the user is logged with IWA:

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Sometimes you may not be logged in automatically and you may be prompted to enter the username and password. The reason for that could be one of the following.

  • The browser is either unable to do the IWA authentication or it is not configured to use the IWA authentication properly. The web server should be added to the trusted websites of the browser.
    • For Internet explorer, go to “Tools → Internet Options” and in the “security” tab select local intranet.
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    • Click the Sites button. Then add the URL of WSO2 Identity Server there.
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    • For Firefox, type “about:config” in the address bar, ignore the warning and continue, this displays the advanced settings of Firefox. In the search bar, search for the key "network.negotiate-auth.trusted-uris" and add the WSO2 Identity Server URL there.
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  • The user may be attempting to access the WSO2 Identity Server from outside the domain of the user.
  • The user may not have the sufficient permission within WSO2 Identity Server to log in to the system.

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