Configuring Windows Authentication Using The New Experience

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    Applies to:
  • SecureAuth Identity Platform
Deployment model:
  • Hybrid
  • On Premises
  • Description:  

    How to enable Windows Authentication using New Experience. This will allow you to keep more realms on the New Experience rather than having to create classic experience realms.

     

    Cause:  

    There is no direct option in the New Experience UI to set up Windows Authentication.

     

    Resolution:  

    1. Under Policies > Any Selected or New Policy > Multi-Factor Methods > Login Workflow
    Select "Passwordless" dropdown option

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    2. Go to Classic Experience > Workflow Tab > Workflow Section

    Double check that Public/Private Mode is set to "Public Mode Only"

     

    3. Go to Classic Experience > Workflow Tab > Custom Identity Consumer

    Change the following:
    Receive Token to "Token"
    Require Begin Site to "True"
    Begin Site to "WindowsSSO"
    User Impersonation to "True"
    Windows Authentication to "True"

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    • Does the Configuring Windows Authentication Using The New Experience work too if we have the following settings in step 3 below for begin site and begin site url ?

      3. Go to Classic Experience > Workflow Tab > Custom Identity Consumer

      Change the following:

      Receive Token to "Token"
      Require Begin Site to "True"
      Begin Site: "Custom"
      Begin site URL: "WindowsSSOSID.aspx"
      User Impersonation to "True"
      Windows Authentication to "True"

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