BSA: SSO Error: No. authentication profile has been successfully loaded. Single Sign-On connections require a valid authentication profile.

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    PRODUCT:

    TrueSight Server Automation Suite


    APPLIES TO:

    BMC BladeLogic Server Automation Suite



    PROBLEM:

     

    The following error is encountered when launching a Network Shell (NSH) prompt in a BSA environment configured to use an NSH Proxy:

    SSO Error: No. authentication profile has been successfully loaded. Single Sign-On connections require a valid authentication profile. Error in Initializing RBAC User and Role (SSO Proxy), errno = 0 (No error) Network Shell can be used for local access

     


    CAUSE:

    No authentication profile configured in the "secure" file or the file is not accessible by the OS user running invoking the network shell.


    SOLUTION:

     

    This error indicates that NSH does not know what Authentication Profile to use.  There are two ways to set this:

      

    Setting the Authentication Profile in the secure file

      

    In the secure file (C:\Windows\rsc\secure or /etc/rsc/secure) on the NSH client system look for the default line:

      
    default:port=4750:protocol=5:tls_mode=encryption_only:appserver_protocol=ssoproxy:
    Change this to  
    default:port=4750:protocol=5:tls_mode=encryption_only:appserver_protocol=ssoproxy:auth_profile=MyProfile
    For more information about the secure file, review the   product documentation

    After making this change in the secure file and getting a SSO token with   blcred, start the NSH client. 
       

    Setting the Authentication Profile as an environment variable

    Alternatively the   Authentication Profile name can be set as an environment variable. 
    Windows:  
    set BL_AUTH_PROFILE_NAME=MyProfile
    Linux:  
    export BL_AUTH_PROFILE_NAME=MyProfile
      
    After setting the variable and getting a SSO token with   blcred, start the NSH client. 
      

     


    Article Number:

    000085355


    Article Type:

    Solutions to a Product Problem



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