I am trying to get our system to use SSO within the school. I have the following:
- Everyone is logging on using their network credentials from within Active Directory (AD), and so this shows that the LDAP connection is working
- NTLM SSO is set to ENABLED within our Moodle site
- I have set the subnet masks to those within our network
- Authentication type is NTLM
When anyone tries to log on inside the school we get notified that it is trying to auto-login but then this fails.
Going back through the configuration and I find a whole load of instructions to run on the server that includes adding the server to Active Directory. However, is this absolutely necessary?
The reason for the question is that I have worked in environments where SSO is running and yet I am sure that the external Moodle installations were not a part of the domain itself; unlikely they would add a third party, external server to Active Directory across a public network.
I'd love to get this working.
(Edited by Howard Miller to add NTLM to subject - original submission Friday, 8 December 2017, 10:54 AM)