SonicOSX 7 Users for the NSsp Series

Setting the Single-Sign-On Methods

The Single-sign-on method(s) displays the status of the available method(s). You can enable/disable methods, or click Configure to configure a single-sign-on method. The following methods are available:

To set the single-sign-on methods:

  1. Navigate to the Users > Settings page.
  2. Enable or disable the methods, or click Configure to configure a single-sign-on method. These methods are available:

    SSO AgentConfigure the SSO Agent if you are using Active Directory for authentication and the SonicWall SSO Agent is installed on a computer in the same domain.
    Terminal Services AgentConfigure the SSO Agent if you are using Terminal Services and the SonicWall Terminal Services Agent (TSA) is installed on a terminal server in the same domain.
    Browser NTLM AuthenticationConfigure Browser NTLM Authentication if you want to authenticate Web users without using the SonicWall SSO Agent or TSA. Users are identified as soon as they send HTTP traffic. NTLM requires RADIUS to be configured (in addition to LDAP, if using LDAP), for access to MSCHAP authentication.
    RADIUS AccountingConfigure RADIUS Accounting if you want a network access server (NAS) to send user login session accounting messages to an accounting server.
    3rd Party APIConfigure the XML-/JSON-based REST API for third-party devices or scripts to pass user login/logout notifications to the firewall.
  3. Click Update.

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