Scaled or clustered environment (Windows only):
If you’ve scaled or clustered Jedox, there must be done some additional configurations before SSO will work.
The exchange of the kerberos tokens can be disturbed, though SPN trust issues. To solve this, use setspn.
Once everything is set on the network side (i.e., they can communicate with each other), you must adjust the setspn settings of the servers as follows:
Important: Login as a serviceuser that is available for both server (i.e. a Domain User).
Enter the following commands:
Important: Use the FQDN, or the communication won’t work properly!
setspn -A HTTP/win1jedox.jedox.test jedox\jedoxuser
setspn -A HTTP/win2jedox.jedox.test jedox\jedoxuser
Configure all services (on both server) to run under the service user
Browser connection test:
It’s possible to test the connection through the browser. To do so, use the following URL:
This returns a session ID.