Associate the CA SSO Agent with a CA Identity Manager Domain

The policy administrator associates the CA SSO agent with the  domain. When you load the environments into , reference the 4.X agent. CA SSO uses this agent when creating the Domain/Realm on the CA SSO Policy Server. This agent validates the SMSESSION cookies. Update the Domain/Realm and reference the fully functioning agent that is on the web server to access . This web server acts as the access point to and creates SMSESSION cookies.
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The policy administrator associates the CA SSO agent with the
Identity Manager
 domain. When you load the environments into
Identity Manager
, reference the 4.X agent. CA SSO uses this agent when creating the Domain/Realm on the CA SSO Policy Server. This agent validates the SMSESSION cookies. Update the Domain/Realm and reference the fully functioning agent that is on the web server to access
Identity Manager
. This web server acts as the access point to
Identity Manager
and creates SMSESSION cookies.
Follow these steps:
  1. Log in to the CA SSO Administrative UI.
  2. Navigate to
    Policies
    ,
    Domains
    .
  3. Modify the domain for your environment.
  4. On the
    Realms
    tab, edit the first listed realm: XXX_ims_realm.
  5. Search and select the agent on your proxy.
    Note:
    If you do not have a proxy agent (web server agent), create one. Verify that you have a web server and proxy in place to front
    Identity Manager
    .
  6. Click
    OK
    twice and then repeat this process for the Public realm XXX_pub_realm.
  7. After you update both realms, click
    Submit
    .
  8. Wait for the agent to refresh, or restart the web server where the proxy agent is located.