- The Across Language Server
- Across Standard Components
- Across Access Modes
- Installation Scenarios
- Installation of the Microsoft SQL Server
- Customer Product Key and Product Activation
- Across Support and Across Services
- Across SDK
- The Toolbox: Useful Tools for Across
- Across Server
- crossTerm Server
- crossTank Server
- crossVPN Server
- crossVPN Proxy
- crossAPI SI
- crossTerm Web
- Setting up Across Modes
- Generating crossGrid Certificates
- Creating Generic Softkeys
- Changing the Across Database User
- Defragmenting Database Files
- Running a Backup
- Automatic Client Update
- Windows Authentication
- Reference: Menus in crossAdmin
- crossTank Performance Counter
- SQL Server Optimization
- Integration in Other Programs
- Web-based Components with HTTPS
- E-Mail Transmission in Across
- Integration Into the Network
Single Sign-on via Windows Authentication
Apart from the normal login to Across with the Across user name, it is also possible to log in via single sign-on using the Windows user account in the Active Directory. Thus, the user no longer needs to log in manually, as the authentication of the user takes place via the Windows user administration in the Active Directory, over which the user is already authenticated.
The Windows authentication can be used both for the Across Online Client and for crossTerm Web/crossWeb.
Log in via Windows authentication is deactivated for crossTerm Now by default. For further information, please contact the Across Consulting, e.g. by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The login via Windows authentication is only possible if this is supported by the Across Language Server license.
- To use the Windows authentication, the "Windows Authentication" function must be installed in the IIS.
- The crossTerm Web Server or the server on which crossWeb is installed must be in the same domain as the Across Server.