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Open Source Identity Management Patterns and Practices Using OpenAM 10.x by Waylon Kenning

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Preparing OpenAM for distributed authentication

The first step is to configure the cookie domains and realms within OpenAM. This is especially important if using different domain names.

  1. Log in to OpenAM.
  2. Next click on the Configuration tab, then the System subtab, and finally click on the Platform link.

    The following screenshot shows the cookie domains configured in OpenAM, and is the location within OpenAM where you would configure for alternate or additional cookie domains.

    Preparing OpenAM for distributed authentication
  3. Under Cookie Domains, make sure that the domain you're using is listed as a domain. Since my distributed authentication server will be called dmz.kenning.co.nz, which is still ...

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