If you are not logged on as the administrator, right-click on the icon of the SSO agent and click on Run as administrator.
Specify the account selected for this service and whether you wish to install the SSO agent on a domain controller (server hosting AD) or on a machine belonging to the Active Directory domain.
- You are currently on the server hosting Active Directory and wish to use the local system account.
- You wish to use a dedicated account on the server hosting Active Directory or on a host on the domain.
Enter the information about the dedicated account on the domain controller, defined in the previous section (Active Directory user account):
- Enter the name of this account in the format Domain\User or User@Domain (Example: mycompany\ssoagent).
- Enter the password and confirm it.
The pre-shared key allows encrypting communications between the SSO agent and the Stormshield Network Firewall. This key (password) must also be indicated to the firewall. Therefore, keep it in order to enter it during the configuration of the authentication method on the firewall (see following section).
If this is not the first installation, the SSO agent will detect the existing pre-shared key. For a reinstallation after changes have been made to the workstation, an upgrade of the SSO agent or other changes, you are advised to keep the pre-shared key.
During an upgrade of the SSO agent, you are advised against uninstalling the earlier version of the service. This would require rebooting the machine, which may not necessarily be easy on a server. Upgrading the SSO agent does not require prior uninstallation.
To change the settings that you have configured, click on Previous.
If the installation was successful, click on Finish.