This authentication method, which uses NTLM v2, is not recommended for security reasons.
CAUTION:Customers using Single Sign-on through Windows to authenticate to Host Access Management and Security Server (MSS) are subject to the Netlogon Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability (CVE 2020-1472).
For details, see Knowledge Base article 7024851.
To use Single Sign-on through Windows Authentication:
In, click authentication.
Select your authorization method:
NOTE: The same server will be used for Windows (Active Directory) authentication and LDAP authorization.
Clickand proceed according to your selected authorization method.
If you are not using LDAP, continue with the steps to Configure Windows Single Sign-on (without LDAP) Configure Windows Single Sign-on (without LDAP)
If you are using LDAP to restrict access, continue with Use LDAP to restrict access to Single Sign-on sessions.