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Does anyone know what I have to do to Chrome to make it SSO?

Question asked by throwback on Oct 2, 2012
Latest reply on Jan 28, 2015 by jean-rémyrevy
The wiki has detailed instructions for Firefox, and Internet explorer SSO works out of the box, but I cannot for the life of me figure out what I'm supposed to do to make Chrome sso with Alfresco (LDAP sync/Kerberos SSO auth, tested working with other browsers).

Desperate to achieve this because alfresco is painfully slow in any other browser.

I would like to have searched the forums for the answer but I cannot find a forum search function either! (just the google search at the top, a bit pointless as I can go to google myself).

Been reading here with little success:

http://dev.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/http-authentication

Looking here I should just have to invoke –enable-auth-negotiate-port  so it picks up port 8080 in the SPN, but I've also tried setting delegation etc here.

Really trying to avoid learning how Kerberos delegation/auth works from end to end in depth just to work out the settings! Has anyone done this and knows the magic words?

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