You can use either the MMC Snap-in or the command line management utility (ssomanage) to manage the SSO system. This includes activities such as updating the SSO database, adding, deleting, and managing applications, and administering user mappings.
|On a system that supports User Account Control (UAC), you may need to run the SSO command line tools with Administrative privileges.|
Only Single Sign-On Administrators can perform these tasks.
In This Section
- How to Set the SSO Server
- How to Enable SSO
- How to Change the Master Secret Server
- How to Disable SSO
- How to Update the SSO Database
- How to Display the SSO Database Information
- How to Configure the SSO Tickets
- How to Audit SSO
- How to Enable SSL for SSO
- Managing the Master Secret
- How to Specify SSO Administrators and Affiliate Administrators Accounts
- Managing Affiliate Applications
- Managing User Mappings
- Host Initiated SSO
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