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Authentication- Migration to Active Directory

Hi All,

Currently we are using a BOSS(Business Object Shared Services) server for authentication to our BPC application. (User request-->BOSS is responsible to verify authentication-->if authenticated then directed to BPC application-->successful logon)

But due to some performance issue with BOSS(Business Object Shared Services) we need to migrate to Active directory authentication..

As per BPC operation guide –“On installation of Planning and Consolidation, the CMS authentication mode is selected by default”.

1>Please refer to the attached document for CMS information. As per me we are using CMS authentication. Please confirm.

2>Can someone please help me to migrate authentication to Active directory?

Details: SAP BPC 7.5 MS;SQL Server 2008

Thanks,

SRK

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    Posted on Jan 15, 2013 at 04:32 PM

    Hi,

    I don't know other docs on CMS but if you want to change from CMS to AD you must reinstall BPC server, please see also the answer of Sorin

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/1905372 that wrote

    "Attention once which you will change the authentication of the BPC system to CMS you cannot go back to Windows AD authentication.

    Just reinstallaing the BPC it is possible this." you will found there other info about CMS

    Kind regards

    Roberto

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2013 at 05:17 PM

    Thanks Roberto

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