I read your SAML Docs and found link
It define SAML Single Logout like this.
4.3. Single Logout
Identity Providers MUST It is OPTIONAL to support propagation of logout
Sorry, I don't. We don't use ADFS, so have no need for it.
David A. Curry, CISSP
Director of Information Security
The New School - Information Technology
71 Fifth Ave., 9th Fl. ~ New York, NY 10003
+1 212 229-5300 x4728 ~ david.cu...@newschool.edu
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David, thank you for the great information you have on New School. Do you
by any chance have a similar tutorial on setting up CAS as an ADFS idp as
(sorry for posting on this thread)
Assuming you mean for CAS to be your IdP...
When you start CAS for the first time with the SAML IdP enabled, it will
generate keys and store them in /etc/cas/saml for you. You need to copy
them from there back to a safe location so that they get re-deployed
whenever you update the server.
For a IdP metadata file, what should the KeyDescriptor be? Is it the public
key of the web server?
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You received this
I am developing a new way to let our developer team authenticate with our
production usernames but with a generic password in a development
environment. This authentication handler will check if the IP address
corresponds to those allowed from a property value and the service
I _think_ that's caused by a missing or too-low-version library -- either
the Tomcat Native Library, or the Apache Portable Runtime, or OpenSSL would
be my guess.
DAVID A. CURRY, CISSP
*DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION SECURITY*
71 FIFTH AVE., 9TH FL., NEW YORK, NY
Wrong Error in subject... should be UnsatisfiedLinkError:
On Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 1:02:07 PM UTC-4, Jennifer LaVoie wrote:
> Hello Everyone
> I am having an issue with configuring tomcat/apache/java
> After a fresh reboot, I run
I am having an issue with configuring tomcat/apache/java
After a fresh reboot, I run
netstat -anop |grep java
and nothing is returned.
I then run /opt/apache/bin/ ./startup.sh and run netstat again and get
tcp0 0 0.0.0.0:443 0.0.0.0:*
There are not many requests for the Orcid support, so I count on your
contribution on this.
On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 9:56 AM, Neha Gupta wrote:
> Hello Jérôme,
> Thanks for the reply but it was me only who proposed these changes.
Using the OP example path -- do you have it at the follow? And swap out by
defining at 'cas.properties' with 'cas.standalone.config'?
You can override the configuration location using bootstrap.properties:
I need to be able to run several instances of CAS on the same system for
different audiences, so I have to relocate it out of the default /etc/cas.
On 05/10/2018 09:17 AM,
Your cas.properties and log4j2.xml files are expected in /etc/cas which
will have to be readable to the tomcat process.
On Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 11:20:57 PM UTC-6, josbrodie wrote:
> We are rather confused over here w.r.t installing v5.2.4 --- any help will
> be greatly appreciated.
We are seeing stuck thread issue for Timer thread with CAS version
5.2.0-RC4-SNAPSHOT and tomcat version 8.5.x.
It is keeps on increasing the count. Because of this seeing issue" unable
to create new native thread".
Can you please help us on fixing this issue?
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