Manage CA Single Sign-On Configurations

The Manage CA Single Sign-On Configuration task is used to create, modify, and delete CA Single Sign-On configurations.
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The Manage CA Single Sign-On Configuration task is used to create, modify, and delete CA Single Sign-On configurations.
CA Single Sign-On is not supported in the SaaS version of the CA API Gateway.
To manage CA Single Sign-On configurations
:
  1. In the Policy Manager, select 
    [Tasks] > Users and Authentication > Manage CA Single Sign-On Configurations
     
    from the Main Menu (on the browser client, from the Manage menu). The Manage CA Single Sign-On Configurations dialog appears.
  2. The following table describes each column (these are set in the CA Single Sign-On configuration properties):
    Column
    Description
    Configuration Name
    Name of the CA Single Sign-On configuration, as used in the Check Protected Resource Against CA Single Sign-On assertion.
    Address
    CA Single Sign-On client IP address.
    Host Name
    Name of the host registered with the CA Single Sign-On Policy Server.
    Enabled
    Indicates whether the specified configuration is currently enabled or disabled.
  3. Select a task to perform:
    To...
    Do this...
    Add a new CA Single Sign-On Configuration
    1. Click [
      Add
      ].
    2. Complete the CA Single Sign-On Properties.
    Create a new CA Single Sign-On Configuration based on an existing one
    1.  Select a CA Single Sign-On configuration to copy.
    2.  Click [
      Clone
      ]. A new CA Single Sign-On Configuration is created, populated with information from the original source. This new configuration has the default name "Copy of <original name>".
    3. Edit the CA Single Sign-On Configuration Properties as required.
    Modify a CA Single Sign-On Configuration
    1. Select the CA Single Sign-On configuration to modify.
    2. Click [
      Edit
      ].
    3. Edit the CA Single Sign-On Properties as required.
    Remove a CA Single Sign-On Configuration
    1.  Select the CA Single Sign-On configuration to remove.
    2.  Click [
      Remove
      ].
    3.  Click [
      OK
      ] to confirm the deletion.    
  4. Click [
    Close
    ] when done.