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SAP v9 Single-Sign On

Hi,

Can anyone provide a little more information about the requirements for the proposed single sign-on functionality within SAP B1 v9.0 ?

Any info would be useful to help us prepare.

Thanks

Phil

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2013 at 03:26 PM

    Hi Phil,

    i installed Sap 9.0 some days ago so i haven't many informations.

    Anyway what i understood is you need to install SBO in a domain structure or will be impossible to use single sign on.

    For enable the single sign on functionality you need to use Sap service manager. From there choose the license service and click on setting. In the new window opened click on security settings and you will see the new system landscape security page. Sign in with your "site user" account and then choose the security settings button. There you will find the enable single sign-on checkbox.

    The last step is to go in SBO, to open the user profile you want to enable at single sign-on and fill the new field under the user code with the windows domain user.

    Hope this can be useful

    Valerio

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 04:35 PM

    Hello,

    it is mandatory to install sap businees one pointing out the domain ?

    or it is enogh to enable it under sld?

    kind regards,

    gabriela

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