With the release of Remedy Single Sign-on 1902 (February 2019) comes new features in RSSO worth mentioning. In this post we'll take a look at the new enhancements that came with the release of RSSO 1902, why they are useful and how to configure them.
The features we will cover in this post are
Kerberos authentication for a pre-defined IP range
Enabling signed SAML metadata for security
Ability to configure RSSO agent and RSSO server for applications hosted on different domains
Ability to secure the cookie by providing access only to the issuing domain
EnhancementProduct behavior in versions earlier than 19.02Product behavior in version 19.02
Importing the configurations using the Data Transfer tool.
In Remedy SSO version 18.11, while importing a realm from an exported file, if you provide a realm name that does not exist, then no error message was displayed.
While importing a realm from an exported file, if you provide a realm name that does not exist, then the following error message is displayed: Wrong argument. Realm '<realm_name>' does not exist in dump file.
Added support for applications hosted on different domains.Only the applications that are hosted on the same domain as the Remedy SSO server were authenticated using Remedy SSO.Applications hosted on different domains can be authenticated by using the same Remedy SSO server.Removed the restriction of setting the value of the cookie domain to the parent domain.The Remedy SSO administrator could set the value of the cookie domain only to the parent domain.The Remedy SSO administrator can now set the value of the cookie domain to the issuing domain.