- NOTE: If setting up AD SSO via the current KBA 2629070, it makes this KB irrelevant
- If AD SSO was originally setup using older KBA 1631734 shows how to set up delegated service accounts in a general way (kerberos delegation to any service) also known as unconstrained delegation
- For a growing number of reasons you may elect to set up constrained delegation (kerberos delegation to specified services)
- This may be a security requirement from your Active Directory administrator or IT
- This setting is also known to allow Google Chrome browsers to perform SSO without special registry keys see KBA 1887193 for more details
- IF using Microsoft browsers such as internet explorer ( IE ) 11 on later versions of windows 10 with credential guard enabled it requires constrained delegation see KBA 2485300
- To note if using SSO to the DB for analysis via KBA 1688079 this solution requires additional steps see KBA 2110370 for more info
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- Active Directory 2003, 2008, and probably 2012 (although that is out of scope of this KBA)
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