Use domain authentication

In an Active Directory (AD) environment, if Active Directory Integration type of deployment is used, you can log in to ESA Web Console clicking Use domain authentication in supported browsers. This kind of authentication works if you log on to the machine hosting the Authentication Server with a user who belongs to the same Active Directory domain, and also belongs to the group of domain administrators.

If domain authentication does not work out of the box, attempt to troubleshoot with the steps below:

Internet Explorer 11

1.Click Tools, select Internet options.

2.Select the Security tab.

3.Click Trusted Sites.

4.Click Custom level... .

5.Scroll down to User Authentication, select "Automatic logon with current user name and password".

6.Click OK on both open configuration windows.

Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome

1.Complete the steps listed for Internet Explorer, and the domain authentication regarding ESA Web Console will work in both Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome.

Mozilla Firefox

1.Type about:config in the address bar.

2.Click the I accept the risk! button.

3.Type network.negotiate-auth.trusted-uris into Search bar.

4.Double click the found result.

5.Enter the domain name of ESA Web Console without protocol (https://), without port number and trailing slash.

6.Press Enter key.