ENA integrates with BMC Remedy Single Sign On (RSSO), which enables you to sign in to ENA and all BMC products that use the RSSO with a single login.
To configure an ENA server for RSSO:
You must be a member of the Administrators user group to configure an ENA server for RSSO.
- In the Main Menu, click Administration. This will open the Administration page.
- Click and open the Account Management page.
- Create the user groups that match the groups of the users you want to import from the RSSO. Please note, a user's group membership should be configured by an administrator on the RSSO server.
- Make a copy of <ENTUITY_HOME>/integ/RSSO/TEMPLATE.rsso-agent.properties, and remove TEMPLATE from the name.
- Copy TEMPLATE.rsso-agent.properties.
- Edit the rsso-agent.properties file and change the values of the variables to suit your environment. In particular, make sure the following variables reflect your environment:
agent-id a unique identifier for the ENA installation. Usually the URL of the ENA installation. sso-external-url the RSSO's URL for login redirection. Note, you must use a fully qualified domain name. sso-service-url the RSSO's URL for service calls. Note, you must a fully qualified domain name. cookie_name the name of the cookie as configured on the RSSO server General --> Advanced section. admin_group the RSSO group to map to ENA's Administrators group, or blank if no mapping is required. all_users_group the RSSO group to map to ENA's All Users group, or blank if no mapping is required. api_realm the realm to use for RESTful API calls. msp-deployment set to true if you have multiple realms configured in your RSSO server. msp-always-show-domain-entry-page set to true to prompt the user for a realm when logging in.
- Leave the following fields unchanged, or commented out:
- Run the setup script in the following directory, depending on your OS. This will copy the rsso-agent.properties file to the correct place in the ENA installation.
- Windows - setup.bat
- Linux - setup.sh
- Restart the ENA server, i.e. run stopeye, wait for the installation to shut down, and then run starteye.