PeopleSoft Single Sign-on with Web Application Proxy and Active Directory Federation Services

Session Number: 4053
Track: Technical
Sub-Categorization: Single-Sign on and Authentication
Session Type: Member Institution
Tags: Active Directory, PeopleSoft, Single Sign On
Primary Presenter: Kyle Benson [PeopleSoft System Administrator - Hennepin County]
Time: Feb 28, 2017 (01:15 PM - 02:15 PM)
Room: 308

Approved Session Length: Regular Length
Learning Objective 1: Learn about the Microsoft Web Application Proxy (WAP).
Learning Objective 2: Learn about using Kerberos with WAP and PeopleSoft.
Learning Objective 3: Learn about some limitations with using WAP and PeopleSoft.
Knowledge level : Advanced
Prerequisites : None
Advance preparation: None
Product: PeopleSoft
Version Presenting: N/A
Level of Customization: Bolt-On
Level of Partner Integration: Institution Alone
Project Phase: Production
Project Go Live: Q1 2016
Target Audience: Technical
Your Training in this Area: Multiple PeopleTools courses, self study.

Description:  Hennepin County was able to achieve Active Directory Federation Services(ADFS) Single Sign-on by publishing PeopleSoft through Microsoft's Web Application Proxy (WAP) and leveraging Kerberos. This was implemented as part of a new public facing Supplier Portal project. The result was a great SSO experience for portal users, while leveraging its organization's current proxy and federated identity solutions. This will be a technical overview of how this was accomplished, as well as a few lessons learned.