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Auto log in with OTDS if user connect to AD

Auto log in with OTDS if user connect to AD

Auto log in with OTDS if user connect to AD

Hi everybody,

I install OTDS and I connect to Content Server. Then, I synchronize users in AD with OTDS. So I want, if user connect to his AD session, he doesn't need to connect again to OTDS to access his Content Server session.

I hope you'll help me. Have a good day!!! :)

RE: Auto log in with OTDS if user connect to AD

just pass REMOTE_USER at the web server and say you want to use IWA or if you use Tomcat for livelink then Waffle.
OTDS will only authenticate the user if you say you want that to be the first

some screen caps in an old post I have might help

Most companies use AD for its synchronization(creating users and groups) but allow the livelink user to be authenticated at the webserver
It may not work for integrations

Well, if I called the wrong number, why did you answer the phone?
James Thurber, New Yorker cartoon caption, June 5, 1937
Certified OT Developer,Livelink ECM Champion 2008,Livelink ECM Champion 2010

RE: Auto log in with OTDS if user connect to AD

Thanks you Appnair. It's worked very well. Have a nice day!!!

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