Update: Configure Sharepoint (MOSS) Single Sign-On


As an update to my post about Configuring the Sharepoint MOSS Single Sign-On Service, I’ve discovered that the SSOADMIN user (the user account which the SSO service is run under) requires that the user account is granted the “Logon as Service” permission directly, rather than it being inherited by Group memberships or some other means.

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Phil Harding

SharePoint Consultant, Developer, Father, Husband and Climber.

3 thoughts on “Update: Configure Sharepoint (MOSS) Single Sign-On

  1. Hi Phil, I am trying to find a way to automatically update SSO from Active Directory.

    Ss this possible?

    -S

  2. How do I remove the items from “Manage Enterprise Application Definitions” screen?

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