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Re: Single sign on - Adobe LiveCycle 10-09-2008
Brobble,I do not think there is any such list. I would have it added to the help/admin docsI checked the docs and there its incorrectly mentioned. Would get that part rectified. It should have been"Service User: Its the SPN that you passed to the KTPass tool. So for the example it should be HTTP/lcserver.um.lc.com"As for the output seen on accessing that url - Yes its what you should see if SPNEGO is working for youThanks for pointing those issues I would get them rectified soon.

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Re: Single sign on - Adobe LiveCycle 09-09-2008
Cool so it worked for you.Regarding your observation AdminUI and Reader Extension UI do not support this mode of authentication. Workspace, Content Services and Rights Management UI would support itWhats the issue with Firefox. What changes you made to about:config section to enable it?

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Re: Single sign on - Adobe LiveCycle 08-09-2008
Ok Kim here we goSPNEGO configuration is a bit tricky as it requires settings at multiple places. So pin pointing the problem may take few steps. So thanks for your patience.First I would like to know the configuration settings done on the Kerberos Authentication Provider page. Some questions might be obvious but I just want to make sure things are correct-- Service user - This must be of the form HTTP/...-- Service realm -- KDC Host - This must point to your AD server-- What was the KTPass comm...

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Re: Single sign on - Adobe LiveCycle 06-09-2008
Hi Kim,Can you provide more details on how did you configured the Kerberso\SPNEGO settings in the AdminUIFrom the error it seems that you have not registered the servicePrincipalName (SPN) for the user you have configured with the AD serverProbably with more info only we can determine the root cause

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Re: Livecycle ES 8.2 Form Java API question - Adobe Livecyle ES running in Weblogic 9.2 - Adobe LiveCycle 29-08-2008
Hi Pollock,The root exception indicates that "org.omg.CORBA.ORBPackage.InvalidName ". Which indicates there is some issue in looking up the Invocation EJB which is responsible for executing remote method invocation for ServiceClients.-- Is the weblogic server running fine and you can access any of the web ui like AdminUI-- Try to access the server from a simple java client say by just perform a simple authentication as explained in http://livedocs.adobe.com/livecycle/8.2/programLC/programmer/hel...

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Re: Livecycle ES 8.2 Form Java API question - Adobe Livecyle ES running in Weblogic 9.2 - Adobe LiveCycle 28-08-2008
The class mentioned above is from logkit.jar which is used by Weblogic also. So it may be happening that the EJB response sent by Weblogic is referring to some logkit classes.Is there any exception stack trace logged on weblogic server side?Also can you try the same with SOAP protocol

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Re: Multiple LDAP directories ... - Adobe LiveCycle 23-07-2008
You have to assign your users "LiveCycle Workspace User" Role. To grant this role for all the users in your new domain go toAdminui -> Home > Settings > User Management > Users and Groups. There search for a Group "All Principals in ". And assign the above role to that group.This should enable your users to log in to workspace

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Re: Can't Logout when Single Sign On is enabled - Adobe LiveCycle 17-07-2008
Can you clarify few points1. How do you establish the SSO session2. How do you terminate the SSO sessionYour observation is however correctWorkspace would check and create a session for you once you "create a sso session". After that it does not rely on the "sso session" and instead creates a LiveCycle SSO session. So even if you "terminate" your sso session workspace would not detect it. You would have to explicitly logout from workspace to terminate your LiveCycle session

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Re: Can't Logout when Single Sign On is enabled - Adobe LiveCycle 03-07-2008
This issue was earlier reported and was fixed in one of the later builds (Post RC 2). Try with a more recent build and then you would not face this issue

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Re: Can't Logout when Single Sign On is enabled - Adobe LiveCycle 02-07-2008
Yes with LC ES Update 1 (or 8.2.1) its possible to have SSO with Windows domain logon.The documents explaining that are currently avialable through prerelease site. If you are part of pre-release program you can access it under documentation at User Management > Enabling SSO in LiveCycle ES > Enabling SSO using SPNEGOLet us know if you require more details on that.

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