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hon
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single sign on multi domain

dear all,

I have 2 domain in my environment and wanna do single sign on for both of them. Does anyone help or suggest me how to do it

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McAfee Employee jscholte
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Re: single sign on multi domain

Hi Hon,

Just join the MWG to both domains and you're good!

Best Regards,

Jon

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I have already done this but it is still not work. is it possible that you will share the policy. I have shared the policy that i have configure as attached file. Could you please help me solve itCapture.PNG

McAfee Employee jscholte
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Re: single sign on multi domain

Hi Hon,

That is not what I meant when I said "join the mwg to both domains".

What you did is create multiple authentication rules. This will not work and actually is causing your problem.

Go under Configuration > Windows Domain Membership and join the MWG(s) to all domains you like.

Then in your rules (as shown above) configure it just like you would normally... according to the guide I wrote:

Best Regards,

Jon

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