If you set the Enterprise Manager to use LDAP (either TCP/IP or SSL) then you'll have SSO. Is this what you mean?
I am using LDAP. what i mean is single sign on for all Control-M EM components.
This only comes in Control-M V9.
Yes. I am using Version 9
There's not really SSO in Control-M.
If you login to the EM (WA) client in v9, you can use LDAP credentials, then you can launch the Config Manager without having to sign on again.
However to launch the Reports interface you will need to login again.
And if you launch Config Manager from your desktop you will need to login, even if you are already logged into the EM (WA) client.
If you login to Config Manager there is no way to launch the other applications.
There is no SSO from the point of view of inheriting your desktop credentials.
I'm not sure what the situation is with Control-M Self Service web interface.
Hope this helps, SSO can mean many things so please be more specific if we haven't answered your question.
Thanks for the update. My intention is to check the SLS also should be launched without login credentials.
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As of FP500, V9 EM supports SSO. However documentation does not provide sufficient information to fully explain its implementation.
You can find the SSO section under Control-M Security.
I stand corrected!