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The single sign-on feature in the Men & Mice Web Application allows users to sign in to the web using their active directory credentials.

Note: This article assumes that both a active directory group has already been added to the Men & Mice Suite and Kerberos/NTLM has been added to the preferences file for Men & Mice Web Services

Please refer to External Authentication for help for adding active directory groups to the Men & Mice Suite.

Please refer to API Authentication methods for help adding Kerberos/NTLM to preferences for Men & Mice Web Services.


  1. Make sure the user is a member of the active directory group that has already been added to the Men & Mice Suite.
  2. Log in to the workstation as the user in question.
  3. Open up internet explorer, click the cogwheel and select Internet options.
    1. Under the Security tab, select "Trusted Sites" and open up the "Sites" window.
    2. Enter the URL of the Men & Mice Web Applcation into the "Add this website to the zone" and click Add.
      (Note: It is necessary to uncheck the "Require server verification for all sides in this zone" if the Men & Mice Web Application is not running on https)

    3. In Internet Options click "Custom Level" to open Security Settings - Trusted Sites Zone. 
    4. Make sure that under User Authentication -> Logon you have selected "Automatic logon with current username and password"
  4. Open a web browser* that supports single sign-on and navigate to the Men & Mice Web Application.
    1. Enter the FQDN/IP Address of the Men & Mice Central server.
    2. Check the "Log in with Single Sign-on" and click Log In.


*Single sign-on is only supported in Internet Explorer and Google Chrome