Looking for instructions on how to configure Web Server Single Sign-on a stand alone IIS website. All I find are instructions that include SharePoint integration
Hi Neil, Check out the ProjectWise Implementation guide section "Configuring Single Sign-On for ProjectWise Web Server" page 189 It walks you through it step by step. I put the intro below for you. Configuring Single Sign-On for ProjectWise Web Server Single sign-on lets ProjectWise users log in to their datasources using the same Windows credentials they used to log on to their computer. This assumes that their Windows account has already been added to the ProjectWise datasource they are logging in to. While the general concept of single sign-on is the same across the different ProjectWise clients, single sign-on is configured a little differently for ProjectWise Web Server / ProjectWise Web Parts than it is for ProjectWise Explorer and ProjectWise Administrator users. To enable single sign-on for ProjectWise Explorer and ProjectWise Administrator users, the administrator simply adds the line SSO=1 to the ProjectWise Integration Server's dmskrnl.cfg file. This line, however, does not apply for ProjectWise Web Server single sign-on. To configure single sign-on for ProjectWise Web Server / ProjectWise Web Parts, you need to do the following: 1. Add the IP address of this ProjectWise Web Server computer to the [Trusted Servers] section in the ProjectWise Integration Server's dmskrnl.cfg file. 2. Create a delegate user in ProjectWise Administrator. 3. Enter the credentials of the delegate user on the ProjectWise WebServer.
Answer Verified By: Neil Norberg
What version of the Web Server are you exactly on?