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Windows Domain specified in Single Sign On (SSO) configuration of File Shares applications is not enforced by Mobile Access
Symptoms
  • Windows Domain specified in Single Sign On (SSO) configuration of File Shares applications is not enforced by Mobile Access.

    For example, if a user used a different User Principal Name (UPN) for authentication (than the one that is currently used), the authentication still fails despite the fact that a Windows Domain is specified in SSO configuration for a File Shares application:

    1. SmartDashboard - go to 'Mobile Access' tab.
    2. On the left pane, open the 'Applications'.
    3. Open the 'File Shares' category.
    4. Double-click on the involved Mobile Access application.
    5. Open the 'Additional Settings' settings - click on 'Single Sign On'.
    6. The box 'Turn on Single Sign On for this application' should be checked.
    7. In the 'Login Settings' section, click on 'Edit...' button.
    8. In 'Windows Domain' section, check the box 'The users of this application belong to the following Windows domain'.
    9. Specify the domain / workgroup, if Windows authentication is used.

    Example:

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