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Dec 05, 2022 at 06:27 PM

What happens when "Enable Single Sign On for Windows Active Directory" is selected in AFO?

197 Views Last edit Dec 05, 2022 at 06:31 PM 2 rev

Hi - I am trying to figure out why some of my user base started getting an error while leaving this box checked? They now have to uncheck this box to put their username and password instead of leaving this box checked. Leaving the box checked has been working for years. Now over the past several months, users need to uncheck this box to put in their AD username and password. Not all user, not a lot of users at the same time. Not all new users, not all old users. Not all same version of AFO. Seems to be slowly going through the user base over time. Once they start having to do this, they always have to do it. I believe it to be a client setting, but not sure. Anyhow, Microsoft and I need more information about what happens under the covers when this box is checked. Any links or diagrams showing what happens when checked would be great. Version 2.7.3 and 2.8.13 of AFO and 4.2 SP9 P5 of BOE. PCs are mostly Windows 10 Pro. Screenshot of logon screen and error below:


All users are a member of the same valid mapped group:


Kind regards,



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