1 ClearPath Enterprise Servers Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 User Guide UNISYS 2004 Unisys Corporation. All rights reserved. ClearPath OS 2200 Release 8.2 Printed in USA September
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5 Contents Section 1. Introduction Authentication Sentinel Components About This Guide Purpose Audience Notation Conventions Section 2. Installation 2.1. Installing the Slot Appliances Software Requirements Software Installation Section 3. Configuration and Setup 3.1. Configure COMAPI and User Authentication Install and Configure 2200 Network Authentication using Security Client Set Up User Accounts Set Up User Workstations Verify Network Authentication Section 4. Monitoring and Troubleshooting 4.1. AuthCheck Monitor Program Run-Time Diagnostics Sign-On Error Messages Console Messages Web Transaction Server Network Authentication Errors Troubleshooting Methods Hardware Troubleshooting Appendix A. TIP/Demand Examples Appendix B. Related Documents iii
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9 Section 1 Introduction Authentication Sentinel consists of both hardware and software components that provide 2200 Network Authentication in a security environment without the need for general Windows servers and the configuration and management tasks they require. Network Authentication for OS 2200 allows OS 2200 users to be authenticated for access to an OS 2200 server using their Windows credentials (username and password) without being resolicited for those credentials. OS 2200 access paths that can use network authentication include 2200 TIP/demand. Web Transaction Server for ClearPath OS 2200 (formerly WebTS). Web Transaction Server can use network authentication for access protection of transactions and page files. Network Authentication APIs: AUTH_USER & AUTH_CONTEXT. These APIs allow non-tip or demand applications and middleware to authenticate with network credentials without starting an OS 2200 communication session Authentication Sentinel Components Authentication Sentinel components include Redundant slot appliances with preloaded software; installed in a PCI rack OS 2200 Security Administrator software Messaging Integration Services (NTSI) software User Authentication software Other software required to support the above A slot appliance is a single-board computer (SBC) with flash storage. OS 2200 Security Administrator and Messaging Integration Services are OS 2200 products that support OS 2200 security functions. OS 2200 Security Administrator lets you configure user-id/passwords as well as create privileges for OS 2200 users. It is also used to install and configure network authentication for each OS
10 Introduction Messaging Integration Services provides Kerberos, Windows NT LAN Manager (NTLM), and Network User-id/password authentication as alternatives to local OS 2200 security authentication. Authentication Modules (AMs) link with the User Authentication (FLEX) product. Single sign-on is achieved when Kerberos or NTLM are used. User-id/password requires users to enter their Windows domain username and password when solicited About This Guide This section provides information about the purpose and audience for the information in this guide, and notations used in the guide Purpose This guide describes Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 installation, configuration, and setup. To use this guide, you should understand the OS 2200 Exec operating system and installation procedures for software products. To install the hardware, you should be an experienced Unisys customer engineer. This guide contains all the information available at the time of publication. Technical changes that were not available at that time are supplied in PLE To obtain copies of the PLE, contact your Unisys representative Audience This guide is for site administrators and other technical personnel who are responsible for the Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 and 2200 Network Authentication environment Notation Conventions Format statements in the guide follow these conventions for syntax: The pound symbol (#) represents the word number. The italicized expression file# means file number ; the italicized word file, if it is not immediately followed by #, means file name. Italicized text represents data that you supply; this is shown in lowercase letters, although you can enter the actual data in either uppercase or lowercase letters. Uppercase, nonitalicized text shown in format statements represents something that you must enter exactly as shown, although you can use either uppercase or lowercase letters. Brackets surround text that is optional: COPY[,options] Brackets, braces, and vertical lines are not part of the command syntax; do not type them. A semicolon (;) is the OS 2200 continuation character, which you must use if a single command or data image extends beyond one line. In input format statements in this
11 Introduction manual, semicolons are used simply to split long lines for display purposes; you do not need to type them in as shown unless you want to split your input lines at those points
13 Section 2 Installation Installation of Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 requires installing redundant slot appliances into an expansion rack and installing software components on both the OS 2200 and a Windows workstation Installing the Slot Appliances Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 consists of two slot appliances to allow for redundant security. Installation should be performed only by a qualified Unisys customer engineer. Note: For increased resiliency, each slot appliance should be located on a different PCI rack and power domain. To install the slot appliances, proceed as follows: 1. Make sure the expansion rack is powered off. 2. Insert a slot appliance into an available PCI slot on the expansion rack. 3. Connect the private Ethernet cable into the upper RJ45 connector of the slot appliance (Figure 2 1). The private Ethernet port is the port that connects the slot appliance to the private HMP LAN. The private Ethernet port has a static IP address of either for Type 1 slot appliances or for Type 2 slot appliances. To identify the type of slot appliance, look for a label on the slot appliance that has a 16-character identifier starting with the word Unisys, for example, UnisysA0C05BAA11. The letter immediately after the word Unisys indicates the type of slot appliance: A (Type 1), B (Type 2), or C (None). 4. Connect the public Ethernet cable into the middle RJ45 connector of the slot appliance (Figure 2 1). The public Ethernet port is the port that connects to the customer s LAN. The public Ethernet port on the slot appliance is configured to use DHCP. Therefore, the customer s LAN must have a DHCP server that will dynamically give the slot appliance an IP address for its public Ethernet port. 5. Power on the PCI rack. 6. Repeat steps 1 through 5 for the second slot appliance
14 Installation Figure 2 1. Installing a Slot Appliance 2.2. Software Requirements The following Unisys products must be installed to run OS 2200 Network Authentication. Communications Platform (CP) Communications Application Program Interface (COMAPI) must be installed on the OS 2200 server. Mode A must be used. User Authentication (FLEX) must be installed on the OS 2200 server. The OS 2200 component of Messaging Integration Services (NTSI) must be installed on the OS 2200 server. Mode A must be used. The Security Administration Agent must be installed on the OS 2200 server and the Client must be installed on a workstation accessible to the 2200 Security Administrator. Each workstation that requires OS 2200 access must have a Uniscope emulator installed and configured. For single sign-on, the emulator must support the enhanced TIP and demand protocol for obtaining and passing tickets. Check with your emulator vendor. Note: You must install and use Mode A of COMAPI and Mode A of Messaging Integration Services with Authentication Sentinel for OS If you already have a Messaging Integration Services Mode A installed on OS 2200 and it is not used for network authentication, you must move that application to another mode of Messaging Integration Services. See the Messaging Integration Services Help for details on how to install and use other modes. If your Mode A is already being used for network authentication, then Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 replaces your Windows servers
15 Installation 2.3. Software Installation Refer to the Software Products Installation Guide for information on installing the software products required for Authentication Sentinel for OS The following table lists the primary reference document for each product. Product Communications Platform (CP) Communications Application Program Interface (COMAPI) User Authentication (FLEX) Messaging Integration Services (NTSI) -- OS 2200 component Security Administration Agent (OS 2200) and Client (workstation) Reference Document Communications Platform Configuration and Operations Guide Communications Application Program Interface User's Guide Flexible User Authentication Administration Guide Installing the Software Components on the 2200 Servers in Messaging Integration Servers for ClearPath OS 2200 Help Security Administration for ClearPath OS 2200 Help
17 Section 3 Configuration and Setup Following are the configuration requirements for 2200 Network Authentication. Some configuration steps have been done for you, but some remain under your control because they involve site-specific attributes, such as your Windows domain name Configure COMAPI and User Authentication 1. See the COMAPI User s Guide to configure COMAPI. 2. After configuring COMAPI, start the COMAPI background run. 3. Refer to the Flexible User Authentication Administration Guide to create the necessary OS 2200 user accounts and ACRs for user authentication. 4. Run the Messaging Integration Services configurator on the OS 2200 server. The sample Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 configuration is in SYS$LIB$*NTSI-SAMPLES.PARMS/CITADEL Enter the SYS$LIB$*NTSI-SAMPLES.PARMS/CITADEL You must modify this Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 sample configuration element before running the Messaging Integration Services configurator to make sure the IP address of your 2200 is on the TTH-IP-ADDRESS statement. 5. The Network Authentication Modules (AMs) must be copied into the 2200 User Authentication subsystem to support Network Authentication for TIP and demand sessions. Perform these copies before relinking and starting the ASIS background SYS$LIB$*NTSI-SAMPLES.AM07$OM,SYS$LIB$*ASIS-OMS. 6. Start ASIS the User Authentication background run using the relink option. Note: Make sure both the COMAPI and the ASIS background runs come up automatically after an OS 2200 system reboot. After these runs come up, the Messaging Integration Services configurator must also be rerun. Locate these calls in a runstream that starts on every system reboot
18 Configuration and Setup 3.2. Install and Configure 2200 Network Authentication using Security Client You use Security Client to perform the following operations to install and configure 2200 Network Authentication. Join the Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 slot appliances to your Windows domain. Create an OS 2200 computer account in your Windows domain. Configure specific 2200 Network Authentication attributes. Refer to the Security Administration for ClearPath OS 2200 Help, which is part of Security Client, for specific information. Once 2200 Network Authentication is installed, Security Client lets you view the current network authentication information as well as update and delete network authentication. Note: When you start Security Client, you are required to sign onto a specific OS 2200 using a local OS 2200 account and password. It is for this specific OS 2200 that you are installing network authentication, and your account must have the appropriate administration rights before you can install network authentication Network Authentication commands in Security Client include: Delete Network Authentication. Used to clear all current network authentication settings. Delete Network SPN Used to delete service principal names (SPNs) if necessary. Display Network Authentication Used to view the current network authentication configuration. Helpful for diagnosing problems. Install Network Authentication Used to install and configure network authentication on the OS Install Network SPN Used to install service principal names (SPNs). Update Network Authentication Used to update the current configuration of network authentication on the OS Notes: The network authentication configuration is kept in a file on OS 2200 named NETWORK$*CONFIG$. This file is cataloged as public and exclusively assigned to the Messaging Integration Services (NTSI) subsystem so it is automatically accessible by the Security Client Agent, the Messaging Integration Services subsystem, and the Authentication Modules (AMs). Make sure this file is secured and never rolled out. If you put access controls (ACRs) on this file, make sure all these entities have read and write access rights
19 Configuration and Setup When Security Client is used to configure network authentication, you are asked for a Windows domain\username and password. You must know exactly what kind of account is needed and what rights the account needs before issuing the Security Client command Set Up User Accounts If they do not already exist, follow this procedure to set up user accounts: 1. Create user accounts in your Windows security domain; one for each OS 2200 user. If you plan on using exact match to map the network user to the local 2200 user-id, the network account name must match the OS 2200 user-id. Normally, you do not use exact match. 2. Use Security Client to create local OS 2200 user-id accounts to be associated with the network user accounts. If the authentication type you are using for a user-id is user-id/password, then the Authentication Type option must be set to 7. Otherwise, it can be left blank. 3. Insert the user s full Windows network name into the Network User-id box in each OS 2200 user-id record. This step is required if you configured Network-Id Match for mapping the network user to an OS 2200 local user. Note: The network user-id must be entered in all uppercase characters. For example, to map network username JohnsonRA in domain MyCompany.com to the OS 2200 user-id john, type MYCOMPANY.COM\JOHNSONRA in the Network User-id box of the john1 user-id record. Note: If you want to inhibit local sign-on to the OS 2200 by this user-id, select the Authentication only via Network User-id box in the Security Client Access menu or do not supply a local OS 2200 password. Some users may still need to sign on to the OS 2200 Demand locally for administration work or to use other OS 2200 products that require a local password Set Up User Workstations Follow this procedure to use Kerberos or NTLM for single sign-on. 1. Install and configure a UNISCOPE emulator that supports the enhanced TIP and demand protocol for passing tickets. The INFOConnect 2001 v5.0 Accessory Manager and KMSystem s express Plus support this authentication protocol. Other UTS emulators may also support this authentication protocol. Check with your vendor. 2. For each emulator, configure a path for NTLM or Kerberos authentication using the emulator s configuration tool. 3. For Kerberos authentication, you must supply the OS 2200 computer account as the target
20 Configuration and Setup 3.5. Verify Network Authentication After you have completed configuration, verify 2200 Network Authentication as follows. 1. From your Windows workstation, sign on to the OS 2200 server using: $$OPEN <path> If you are using Kerberos or NTLM Authentication, you should not be asked to supply the OS 2200 user-id or password. If you are using 2200 Windows User-Id Authentication, you may be required to supply a domain name in front of your username/password. For example: domainname\username/password 2. Use Web Transaction Server to access a Kerberos or NTLM-protected transaction or page file. 3. Use the AUTH_API or AUTH_CONTEXT APIs for network authentication
21 Section 4 Monitoring and Troubleshooting Because the Authentication Sentinel slot appliances do not accommodate a keyboard, monitor, or mouse, no local or remote administration or monitoring of the slot appliance can be done other than outlined below. This includes access and use of Message Integration Services local administration and Windows tools (for example, Event Viewer) AuthCheck Monitor Program The AuthCheck program monitors the state of the Authentication Sentinel slot applicane and informs you through console messages or printout if there are problems. It can also attempt to automatically recover the network authentication configuration on the Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 nodes if they become out-of-sync with the network configuration on the OS It is critical that the AuthCheck program be started automatically after each OS 2200 reboot or run periodically during the day. Running with the A and Z options is recommended. To start AuthCheck, enter the <options> Options None A D R Z Description The program runs once and displays results with printouts. When the Z option is set, the program sends a console message when only one node is configured with Messaging Integration Services. When the Z option is set without the A option, no console message is sent when this situation is detected. Running with the A option is recommended. Debug option, extra prints are produced. Normally, you will not run with the D option. The program attempts to recover from the error situation. This means reinserting the current 2200 network authentication configuration onto the nodes. If network authentication cannot be recovered, the program terminates even if the Z option is set. The program runs as a background run. It sends console messages when errors are encountered. If network authentication enters an unknown state, the program terminates. Running with the Z option is recommended. Note: You may not want to start AuthCheck with the Z option set initially until Network Authentication is installed and working. This avoids console messages when Network Authentication is not installed yet or is in the process of being installed
22 Monitoring and Troubleshooting 4.2. Run-Time Diagnostics The following sections provide information about run-time diagnostics for Sign-on error messages Console messages WebTransaction Server network authentication errors Sign-On Error Messages If you attempt to sign-on to TIP or demand, some authentication failure messages are displayed on the screen. If a message is displayed, use it to help determine the problem. If no message is displayed and you think the authentication should have succeeded, you need to investigate further using other methods and tools Console Messages If there is a problem with the Authentication Sentinel that makes signon to TIP or demand unavailable, console messages are sent to inform the operator. These console messages are sent at progressively longer intervals so as not to flood the console. Use these unsolicited console messages to help diagnose problems. The message sent includes the name of the authentication module that detected the problem. AM02$OM is the AM that handles Kerberos authentications AM03$OM is the AM that handles Windows NT LAN Manager (NTLM) authentications AM07$OM is the AM that handles Userid/Password authentications When the User Authentication (FLEX) product detects an error or an abnormal situation during sign-on to TIP or demand, it may also send a console message. Use these messages to monitor problems and issues as they appear. If the AuthCheck program is running as a background run, it sends console messages when errors or abnormal situations are detected. This includes the situation where network authentication is still working but one of the two Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 servers is not. AuthCheck can be executed with the R option to attempt automatic recovery of the Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 servers. If this fails or the R option is not used, manual recovery is required using Security Client to reinstall the network authentication configuration Web Transaction Server Network Authentication Errors If a Web page or transaction is configured for network authentication protection and the user cannot be authenticated with his or her network credentials, then the browser opens a window that solicits an OS 2200 user-id and password. If this window is displayed and you don t think it should have been displayed, it may indicate a problem with network authentication. See the Web Transaction Server Administration Guide for more details on Web Transaction Server diagnostics
23 Monitoring and Troubleshooting 4.3. Troubleshooting Methods For further troubleshooting information or more details, see the troubleshooting procedures in Messaging Integration Servers for ClearPath OS 2200 Help and Security Administration for ClearPath OS 2200 Help. The following methods of troubleshooting Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 may be helpful: Run the AuthCheck program without any options to see what is displayed. If the AuthCheck program is also running as a background run, check for any console messages it might have sent. If it was running but has terminated, check its print file for any pertinent information. Run the Messaging Integration Services (NTSI) configurator with the D option. This displays the current Messaging Integration Services configuration. If the configurator has not been rerun since the NTSI subsystem has been deactivated (system reboot or a new NTSI install), the display information shows zeros. If it shows that nothing is configured, rerun it and apply the following Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 SYS$LIB$*NTSI-SAMPLES.PARMS/CITADEL Note: Apply the configuration qual*file.ele you have set up. It may not be this qual*file.ele. Run Security Client from a workstation and select Display Network Authentication from the Display menu. Check the state of each Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 server and the configuration values for this OS If there is a problem or error, reinstall or update the configuration information. For User Authentication (FLEX) traces, turn on the FLEX traces via the ASIS utility and study the results. The ASIS utility is used to administer FLEX. The TYPES command lists the current registered AMs. You should have four on your OS 2200 system: AM0 (traditional), AM02 (Kerberos), AM03 (NTLM), and AM07 (Userid/Password). Use the BRKPT & TESTMODES <trace-level> commands to produce a trace file ASIS*ASIS$TRACE$(n). Setting the trace level to 7 or higher usually works best. Use a full-screen editor to look at the file. Error messages and error codes usually appear after the calls to MSG_CALL_WITH_ID, which is the Messaging Integration Services call that the FLEX AMs issue. After looking at a few trace files, you can get a feel for them. The CALL SEC$USER$ is the Exec call that is used to map the Windows network user-id to the OS 2200 user-id. Error code 513 means that mapping failed. That is a common error. Check that the OS 2200 user-id record for this user has the proper network name in the network user-id field. Remember, the
24 Monitoring and Troubleshooting network user-id in the OS 2200 security record must be entered in all uppercase characters. A UNISCOPE emulator has a tracing ability that may provide some diagnostic help. Normally, if the Kerberos or NT LAN Manager tickets cannot be created and sent to the OS 2200, these emulator traces are all that exists to diagnose the problem. Check the help system in the emulator you are using for their specific details on tracing. The emulator may return error messages after a failed $$OPEN attempt. These messages may contain Windows error codes and text. If no message is displayed after $$OPEN and the open fails to connect to the OS 2200, the path may not be configured correctly or the OS 2200 computer account may not have been entered correctly for that path in the emulator. Problems with 2200 Network Authentication configuration usually can be fixed with a reinstall of network authentication using Security Client. First select Delete Network Authentication from the Delete menu. Then select Install Network Authentication from the Install menu. If the reinstall works, the states of the authentication sentinel primary and alternative servers should show available on the Current Network Authentication screen (select Display Network Authentication from the Display menu). If the reinstall does not work, run with the Security Client trace option on and report the problem to Unisys support Hardware Troubleshooting If you cannot resolve the problem through diagnostics and error messages, reboot the system by pushing the hard reset button on the slot appliance (Figure 4 1). You must reinstall network authentication using Security Client using the Install Network Authentication command in the Install menu. Figure 4 1. Location of Hard Reset Button
25 Monitoring and Troubleshooting If the problem is still unresolved or recurs: 1. Power off the PCI rack. 2. Unplug all the wires from the failing slot appliance. 3. Remove the failing slot appliance. 4. Issue a UCF. 5. Send the slot appliance back to Unisys. 6. Wait for a new slot appliance to arrive. If an update is needed but no problems exist on the current slot appliance, a new slot appliance will be shipped to replace the current one
26 Monitoring and Troubleshooting
27 Appendix A TIP/Demand Examples The following examples describe how network authentication works in a TIP/demand environment. TIP/Demand Example 1 The following procedure shows how Kerberos or NTLM authentication works if the user accesses the OS 2200 server by way of the INFOConnect Accessory Manager, a 2200 emulation product. Note: Other 2200 emulators can be used if they support the Windows Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) to the From the Windows workstation, the user supplies a user name and password and then logs on to the Windows 2000 domain. 2. To access the OS 2200 server, the user enters $$OPEN from the Accessory Manager to a predefined path configured to use Kerberos or NTLM protocol for authentication. At this step, no solicitation for a user-id or password is required. 3. The Accessory Manager uses the Windows SSPI for authentication on the client side. Tokens generated by the SSPI are passed back and forth through the OS 2200 server to Authentication Sentinel for OS Authentication Sentinel for OS 2200 software uses the SSPI to perform server side authentication of the OS 2200 server. 4. Once the user on the OS 2200 server is authenticated, the principal name is obtained from the session ticket. If the principal name maps to a OS 2200 user-id, the user is deemed authentic for OS 2200 access. 5. Once the initial authentication is passed, the user may be solicited for additional information such as an account number, project-id, or clearance level if required by local OS 2200 authorization. TIP/Demand Example 2 The following procedure shows how network user-id/password authentication works if the user accesses the OS 2200 server by way of a UTS terminal or an OS 2200 emulation product. 1. From the Windows workstation, the user supplies a user-id and password and then logs on to the Windows 2000 domain. 2. To access the OS 2200 server, the user enters $$OPEN from the Accessory Manager to a predefined path configured to use normal user-id/password A 1
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