Single Sign On (SSO)

I don’t know exactly how it happened, but one of the projects that got dumped on me when I got back to the St. Louis office is helping to get Single Sign On working between Active Directory and PeopleSoft.  I know nothing about PeopleSoft.  Abso-smurf-ly nothing.  And yet here I am. It’s running on HP-UX Unix and an ancient Informix database as well.  Uh….

And this isn’t just the SSO where PeopleSoft uses LDAP to populate the user IDs.  No this is the SSO where people will automatically get logged into PS because they are already authenticated in Active Directory.  It seems there is a big difference.

So I don’t know if anyone out there has any experience with that sort of thing, feel free to leave some tips or links in the comments.  Otherwise, I’ll just be sitting here…  Googling….

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3 Responses to “Single Sign On (SSO)”

  1. Rev Matt says:

    Good luck, we’re all counting on you.

    Our webfarm does have an HPUX ‘guru’ that I’d be glad for you to bring on board to work on this problem. Assuming you don’t mind it taking another 8-12 weeks to configure the server. Incorrectly. Again.

  2. VegasDad says:

    I have no clue what you just said. But good luck.

  3. insomnic says:

    That sounds fun in an intellectual way.. but I wouldn’t want to do it.

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