Table of Contents

  1. About the Security Guide
  2. Introduction to Informatica Security
  3. User Authentication
  4. LDAP Security Domains
  5. Kerberos Authentication
  6. Domain Security
  7. SAML Authentication for Informatica Web Applications
  8. Security Management in Informatica Administrator
  9. Users and Groups
  10. Privileges and Roles
  11. Permissions
  12. Audit Reports
  13. Command Line Privileges and Permissions
  14. Custom Roles
  15. Default List of Cipher Suites

Security Guide

Security Guide

Single Sign-On

Single Sign-On

After you log in to an application client, the Service Manager allows you to launch another application client or to access multiple repositories within the application client. You do not need to log in to the additional application client or repository.
The first time the Service Manager authenticates your user account, it creates an encrypted authentication token for your account and returns the authentication token to the application client. The authentication token contains your user name, security domain, and an expiration time. The Service Manager periodically renews the authentication token before the expiration time.
When you access multiple repositories within an application client, the application client sends the authentication token to the Service Manager for user authentication.
When you launch one web application client from another one, the application client passes the authentication token to the next application client. The next web application client sends the authentication token to the Service Manager for user authentication. You must log out of each web application client separately. For example, if you open the Analyst tool from the Administrator tool, you must log out of the Analyst tool and the Administrator tool separately.
To use single sign-on between the Administrator tool, the Analyst tool, and the Monitoring tool, you must add their fully qualified domain names to the host file for every node.
You cannot use single sign-on to connect to a web application client from a client tool. For example, if you launch the Administrator tool from the Developer tool, you must log in to the Administrator tool.

Updated May 17, 2019


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