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GRC SSO - Log Off Button

Dear GRC Experts,

I have a query regarding GRC SSO.

In our scenario, all LDAP users are synched and created in GRC system.

Users will access GRC URL from Enterprise portal.

When the users login to their system, they will login to portal via SSO and from Portal they will click a link which connects to GRC system via SSO.

Issue is if any user clicks on Log off button in GRC NWBC URL and again click on the GRC link in portal, this time GRC URL is prompting for User ID and Password.

Since user session in portal is still active, I assume GRC URL should not prompt for Logon again.

Anyone faced similar issue?

~ Madan

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    Posted on Nov 02, 2014 at 06:13 AM

    Hi Madan,

    SAP has provided guidelines on how to integrate EP with GRC 10.0 where EP will be used as front end for GRC AC 10.0

    1.Create the connectors between EP and GRC system.

    2.SSO connection should be setup between EP and GRC.Therefore EP SSO certificates needs to be deployed in GRC system.

    3.Deploy the GRC Content package on EP provided by SAP.

    So once you configure SSO you will be able to access GRC10 workcentres without authenticating yourself with the help of iviews.

    But after loggingoff session will ve expired off so you will be on normal GRC10 nwbc and to login back you have to provide login credentials. But as the credentials are deactivated in portal system.. you need to close the session and access frontend EP to go back to GRC10 workcentres.

    This is what i am suggesting from my experience. And i am sure that SSO will not help you in access grc nwbc if you have frontend as enterprise portal.

    Looking forward to someone who managed to skip authentication in this scenario.



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