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SSO scenario: R/3 via ITS

Hello all,

I am new with ITS and this is the first time i am installing a landscape with ITS. I have a requirement that i am a little confuse.

The customer have a policy that all their server must be a standalone server that is not included in any domain. their BW and R/3 server are Unix while EP and ITS will be Window. All these server are nto included in any domain.

the customer would like to implement PR workflow with notification to e-mail. The solution i can think of is using ITS. the e-mail notification will included the ITS URL to the workflow item. the customer also wanted SSO to this workflow item.

My idea is to implement NTLM. the SSO to ITS will use PAS. However, i suspect i may run into ticket problem since all the servers are not in any domain. Is there any workarounf this problem?

also, if anyone have any suggestion how to implement this scenario, you are most welcome.

thank you very much and have a good day.

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  • Posted on Oct 20, 2005 at 01:01 PM

    Hi,

    NTLM needs at least a WGate installation on a Domain machine. So for SSO without extra NT password you have to install at least one WGate machine on a IIS in the domain. The AGate and R/3 (or Portal) can then be installed out of the domain. -> you should enable SNC between both to secure the connection.

    Another option would be to use NTPassword instead of NTLM. The NT password check is done on a machine outside of a domain.

    => the user has to input his/her NT credentials again.

    regards,

    -markus

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