1 minute readApplies to: v4

How to configure Windows authentication

With Windows authentication enabled, the browser automatically authenticates to Squared Up using the user's Windows credentials. The user does not need to explicitly log on to the application.

Windows authentication is also known as Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA), Single Sign-On (SSO) and Pass Through Authentication.

Configuring Windows authentication requires multiple steps and can become complex if your Squared Up deployment spans multiple servers. Please carefully read the following deployment types to choose the appropriate instructions for your environment.

Squared Up installed on SCOM Management Server

Choose this option if Squared Up is deployed on a SCOM management server.

If you are planning a new deployment of Squared Up and require Windows authentication, we recommend you install Squared Up on a SCOM management server.

Follow the instructions in How to configure Windows authentication when Squared Up is installed on a SCOM Management Server

Squared Up installed on a single dedicated server

Choose this option if Squared Up is deployed on a dedicated server (i.e. not on a SCOM management server), and is not load balanced.

Follow the instructions in How to configure Windows authentication on a single dedicated server

Squared Up installed on multiple load balanced servers

Choose this option if Squared Up is deployed on multiple, load balanced, dedicated servers.

Follow the instructions in How to configure Windows authentication when Squared Up is installed on load balanced servers

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