Single sign-on settings
Use this payload to define Kerberos account information when accessing servers or specified apps.
Single sign-on is a concept based on Kerberos, where authentication to services running on various servers is granted. This is based on a trust relationship between the servers and the account. Both Open Directory and Active Directory use single sign-on to authenticate to additional servers that they trust.
Name of the user account—for example, Alex Hunter.
Kerberos principal name for the user account—for example, alexhunter@SERVER.EXAMPLE.COM
The full Kerberos realm where the user’s account is located.
The certificate used to silently renew a Kerberos ticket.
URLs to be used with this account. Any URLs that don’t match the pattern won’t be contacted.
Apps that can take advantage of single sign-on can be listed here by their app identifier.