2141796 - krb5.ini and global.properties rules for parent domain and child domain | SAP Knowledge Base Article

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2141796 - krb5.ini and global.properties rules for parent domain and child domain

Symptom

  • How do I configure krb5.ini and global.properties files when there are parent domain and child domain
  • BI/Tomcat server is from child domain, service account is from child domain as well, but AD users from Parent domain are supposed to login to BI using AD SSO
  • Important to note since the krb5.ini file is a java configuration file (not SAP configuraion file) the ultimate responsibility for correct configuration falls on the customer or in consulting not support 
  • SAP support will attempt to provide best effort support for customers requiring the krb5.ini to integrate with Microsoft Active Directory

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Environment

Various versions of java the BI environment versions are not relevant and settings have remained the same since XI3.1 to current releases of BI 4.x and java

Product

SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform 4.0 ; SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform 4.0, feature pack 3 ; SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform 4.1 ; SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform 4.2 ; SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.1

Keywords

vintela sso, java krb5, -Djava.security.krb5.conf=c:/windows/krb5.ini, sun java sdk, tomcat, IDT, BI Launch Pad, InfoView, CMC , KBA , BI-BIP-AUT , Authentication, ActiveDirectory, LDAP, SSO, Vintela , How To

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