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Publishing lumira document from desktop to BIP uses Restful web services. A restful web service is hosted on WACS. So we need to configure WACS and Lumira Desktop to work with Windows AD Domain Controller. Below are the steps


To be done in Lumira Desktop machine:


  1. Place krb5.ini and bscLogin.conf files in lumira desktop machine
  2. Go to lumiradesktop.ini file and provide the parameters as mentioned below

          -Djava.security.auth.login.config=<Location of bscLogin.conf>\bscLogin.conf

          -Djava.security.krb5.conf=<Location of Kerberos>\krb5.ini

   3.  Restart lumira desktop


To be done in BOE machine:


To publish a lumira document from lumira desktop as a Windows AD user, the below properties need to be set in the WACS.

  1. Login to BOE Machine
  2. Go to Servers and Select WACS server
  3. Go to Properties of WACS server and set the following properties
  4. In WACS properties, Go to Active Directory Configuration Settings and provide file details as shown below in the image
  • Krb5.ini file location
  • bscLogin.conf file location

    5. Restart WACS server

    6. Publishing a lumira document as a Windows AD user should work fine.

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  1. Varun Tottempudi

    Hi Vani – I have followed the steps for Windows Desktop Lumira 1.25 and still not able to login to BI platform using AD login. Appreciate your help!

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    1. Vani Valasangad Post author

      HI Varun,

      Try doing  the host entry of domain controller in Lumira desktop machine:

      Steps to do the same:

      1. Navigate to folder in lumira desktop machine C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc
      2. Open hosts file
      3. Do the entry of domain controller as shown below


        <IP Address of domain controller> <Domain controller machine name along with domain>


         Ex: <IP Address of domain controller machine> BOESP5.2K8ADDOMAIN.COM


         4.  Save the file.

          5. Relaunch Lumira Desktop and try to login with AD user.



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  2. Bob Zenker

    The desktop configuration file is now called C:\Program Files\SAP Lumira\Desktop\SAPLumira.ini in version 1.29

    Same configuration adjustments as before.

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  3. Jan Peter Axe

    Hello,

    we have configure sso and it’s running perfect but only if we do it automatically. If I disconnect an reconnect manualy I get errors that user name or password not correct.

    May you can help me ?!

     

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