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Configuring Windows Domain Authentication (aka Desktop Single Sign-On)

This is a three-part video training series that covers how to configure Windows Domain Authentication, a OneLogin feature that enables your users to log in to their Windows desktops then automatically log in to OneLogin using the Active Directory Connector.

  • Part 1: Gives a general overview of what Windows Domain Authentication does and gives a brief refresher on how to install the Active Directory Connector which is the key component Windows Domain Authentication needs to work.
  • Part 2: Walks through the main steps that need to be performed in order to ensure that Windows Domain Authentication is configured.
  • Part 3: Explains how to configure load balancing and SSL for the Active Directory Connector Authentication Endpoints as well as lists a few troubleshooting tips.

Configuring Windows Domain Authentication (aka Desktop Single Sign-On) Pt 1 Configuring Windows Domain Authentication (aka Desktop Single Sign-On) Pt 2 Configuring Windows Domain Authentication (aka Desktop Single Sign-On) Pt 3