Before you can configure SSO, you must:
If your device runs Fireware XTM v11.0–v11.3.x, the Authentication Settings for Terminal Services are not available.
To enable and configure SSO from
For more information about SSO exceptions, see the Define SSO Exceptions section.
If your network includes devices with IP addresses that do not require authentication, such as network servers, print servers, or computers that are not part of the domain, if you have users on your internal network who must manually authenticate to the Authentication Portal, or if you have terminal servers for the Terminal Services Agent, we recommend that you add their IP addresses to the SSO Exceptions list.
Each time a connection attempt occurs from an IP address that is not in the SSO Exceptions list, the Firebox or XTM device contacts the SSO Agent to try to associate the IP address with a user name. This takes about 10 seconds. You can use the SSO Exceptions list to prevent this delay for each connection, to reduce unnecessary network traffic, and enable users to authenticate and connect to your network without delay.
When you add an entry to the SSO Exceptions list, you can choose to add a host IP address, network IP address, subnet, or a host range.
To add an entry to the SSO Exceptions list:
To remove an entry from the SSO Exceptions list:
About Single Sign-On (SSO)
Install the WatchGuard Single Sign-On (SSO) Agent
Install the WatchGuard Single Sign-On (SSO) Client
Install the WatchGuard SSO Exchange Monitor
About User Authentication
Set Global Firewall Authentication Values
Configure Terminal Services Settings