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3 Configuring Controller 8.2 to use Active Directory authentication 3 Contents 1 INTRODUCTION PURPOSE DISCLAIMER ASSUMPTIONS OVERVIEW CONFIGURE AUTHENTICATED ACCESS DISABLE ANONYMOUS ACCESS RESTRICT USER ACCESS TO THE COGNOS NAMESPACE CONFIGURE CONTROLLER 8 COMPONENTS TO USE ACTIVE DIRECTORY SERVER - PART ONE: CONFIGURE AN ACTIVE DIRECTORY NAMESPACE OPTIONAL ADVANCED CONFIGURATION: INCLUDE OR EXCLUDE DOMAINS USING ADVANCED PROPERTIES DECIDE WHICH IIS AUTHENTICATION METHOD TO USE ENABLE INTEGRATED WINDOWS AUTHENTICATION ON THE IIS WEB SERVER CONFIGURE CONTROLLER 8 COMPONENTS TO USE ACTIVE DIRECTORY SERVER - PART TWO: ENABLING SINGLE SIGNON BETWEEN ACTIVE DIRECTORY SERVER AND COGNOS 8 CONTROLLER COMPONENTS ADD COGNOS CONTROLLER USERS TO THE COGNOS CONTROLLER ROLES USING THE COGNOS CONNECTION PORTAL MAP COGNOS CONTROLLER USERS TO COGNOS 8 USERS CONFIGURE CONTROLLER TO USE COGNOS 8 AUTHENTICATION CREATE AN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE USERS DEFINED IN THE CONTROLLER APPLICATION, AND THOSE DEFINED IN THE COGNOS 8 NAMESPACE ROLES APPENDICES APPENDIX 1 - HOW TO SWAP BETWEEN NATIVE AND WINDOWS SECURITY APPENDIX 2 NATIVE AUTHENTICATION CONFIGURATION APPENDIX 3 NATIVE AUTHENTICATION CONFIGURATION APPENDIX 4 DELETE AN AUTHENTICATION PROVIDER... 20
4 Configuring Controller 8.2 to use Active Directory authentication 4 1 Introduction 1.1 Purpose This document is intended to demonstrate how best to configure Controller 8.2 to use Active Directory authentication (i.e. using Windows A.D. users/groups directly inside the Controller 8 application itself). By following these best practices the intention is to make utilising Active Directory authentication as easy as possible, with the minimum of possibility for errors/issues. NOTE: This document supersedes my previous document ( Configuring Controller 8 to use Active Directory authentication dated 2006). 1.2 Disclaimer Although this document demonstrates proven practices suitable for most environments, it is not necessarily perfect for all environments. There are an infinite variety of possible customer I.T. environments, many different ways to install/configure Controller 8.2, and therefore the advice in this document may have to be modified by the customer to fit in with their needs/environment. Your Cognos technical consultant (who installed your Controller server(s)) will be the best person to advise on any extra necessary changes. NB: This guide is intended as a quick-start guide, for the most popular of environments. The official documentation takes precedence over this document. 1.3 Assumptions This document is based on Controller 8.2 (released Summer 2007). However, it may be correct for future releases of Controller. Generally we shall assume that it is a simple server environment (i.e. only one Controller 8.2 application server).
5 Configuring Controller 8.2 to use Active Directory authentication 5 2 Overview Cognos 8 Controller can use the following 3 different types of security logon authentication methods: o Native o Cognos 8 o Windows this is the default method, where the users/passwords are entirely stored inside the Controller database itself) To configure Controller 8 to use Cognos 8 (or Windows Authentication), you must perform 3 steps: 1) Configure Controller 8 to run with authenticated access 2) Add Controller users to the Cognos roles 3) Map Controller roles to the Cognos 8 users Typically, the customer s: I.T. department would perform task (1) Finance Superuser (s) would perform (2) and (3). This document will demonstrate how to perform these 3 tasks.
6 Configuring Controller 8.2 to use Active Directory authentication 6 3 Configure Authenticated Access 3.1 Disable Anonymous Access On the Controller 8 application server: Start Cognos Configuration from the Start Menu In the Explorer window, under Security, Authentication, click Cognos Change Allow anonymous access (from True) to False Click File - Save. Now, you will notice that users are required to provide logon credentials when they access Cognos resources. 3.2 Restrict User Access to the Cognos Namespace On the Controller 8 application server: Inside Cognos Configuration, under Security, click Authentication change the value of Restrict access to members of the built-in namespace to True File - Save 3.3 Configure Controller 8 Components to Use Active Directory Server - PART ONE: Configure an Active Directory Namespace TIP: For Cognos 8 Controller to work properly with Active Directory Server, ensure that the Windows user group Authenticated users has Read privileges for the Active Directory folder where users are stored. The customer s I.T department s Active Directory administrator can help you with this. On the application server: launch Cognos Configuration under Security, right-click Authentication, and then click New resource, Namespace TIP: Do not delete the Cognos namespace. It contains authentication data that pertains to all users and is required to save the configuration. If you were ever to delete this new
7 Configuring Controller 8.2 to use Active Directory authentication 7 namespace (using Cognos Configuration), you must complete the process by ALSO deleting it in the Cognos Connection portal. For more info, see Appendix #4 Important: In the Name box, type a name for your authentication namespace (e.g. <DOMAIN>, and ensure the Type is set to Active Directory NOTE: In my examples/printscreens, I ve called the namespaces <DOMAIN>_namespace. This is just for visibility. You probably would prefer to just call it <DOMAIN>. Namespace ID property: specify a unique identifier e.g. TESTDOMAIN TIP: I have used TESTDOMAIN_namespace in the print-screens in this document Specify the values for all other required properties to ensure that Cognos 8 components can locate and use your existing authentication provider o e.g. Host and port <one of your domain controllers>:389 IMPORTANT: In most environments, there is no need to fill in the section Binding credentials (because most Windows domains allow anonymous LDAP querying). TIP: If you specify Binding Credentials (i.e. if you fill in this section), then (in some environments) it can lead to performance problems This is because it causes Cognos to unbind its original user and re-bind as the specified user This can lead to a delay if the domain controller is not on the same LAN (for example, one customer s logon was delayed from 2 seconds to 5 seconds by using binding credentials). Therefore, only fill in the Binding credentials section if your test (see later) fails. If authentication fails, specify a Windows user ID and password for the Binding credentials property. Use the credentials of a Windows user who has at least search and read privileges for that server. This should be a domain user who can see the folders inside the AD where the Controller users are located. This will probably be the Controller service account (e.g. DOMAIN\Controller_admin)
8 Configuring Controller 8.2 to use Active Directory authentication 8 Click File Save Test the connection, by right-clicking the new authentication resource and click Test. Restart the Cognos 8 service 3.4 OPTIONAL ADVANCED CONFIGURATION: Include or Exclude Domains Using Advanced Properties For more information, see Appendix #3 at end of this document 3.5 Decide which IIS authentication method to use The Cognos provider can use 2 different methods (of integrating with the IIS web server) to provide single signon: Kerberos delegation o This is the default method Remote_User Why would you wish to use Remote_User variable? For example, (see document Cognos 8 Controller Readme Updates (English) - rdm_ctrl_updates.pdf) if you have an NT4 domain, you need to use an LDAP not Active Directory namespace. To quote this document: This problem occurs because the Cognos 8 Active Directory provider uses ADSI protocol and Kerberos delegation for authentication in a single signon environment. When Microsoft Internet Explorer runs on Windows NT, it cannot authenticate to the IIS server using Kerberos delegation. When your system is configured for Windows Integrated Authentication, for the single signon to work with IIS, you must (a) configure Cognos 8 to communicate with the Active Directory server using the LDAP provider. (b) configure the external identity mapping property to read the REMOTE_USER environment variable. 3.6 Enable Integrated Windows Authentication on the IIS Web server TIP: Integrated Windows Authentication was formerly named NT Challenge Response. You must enable Windows Integrated Authentication on the IIS Web server (typically on the Default Website ):
9 Configuring Controller 8.2 to use Active Directory authentication 9 NOTE: The application server must be part of the domain where the users are located. TIP: By doing this, we are enabling Windows Authentication via the configuration of Internet Information Services (IIS). This will mean that (from now on), after users log on to client computers with their Windows username and password, they are not prompted with further logons when they run Cognos Controller or the Cognos Controller Excel Add-in. 3.7 Configure Controller 8 Components to Use Active Directory Server - PART TWO: Enabling Single Signon Between Active Directory Server and Cognos 8 Controller Components OPTION1: Steps for Single Signon Using Kerberos Delegation After enabling Windows Integrated Authentication, skip to the next step. OPTION2: Steps for Single Signon Using Remote_User variable After enabling Windows Integrated Authentication, perform the following (in addition) on every computer where you installed Content Manager: Launch Cognos Configuration In the Explorer window, under Security, Authentication, click the Active Directory namespace Click in the Value column for Advanced properties and then click the edit button In the Value - Advanced properties window, click Add In the Name column, type singlesignonoption In the Value column, type IdentityMapping Click OK. => The Active Directory provider now uses REMOTE_USER for single signon Tip: To switch back to Kerberos delegation, edit Advanced properties and, in the Value column, type KerberosAuthentication
11 4 Add Cognos Controller Users to the Cognos Controller Roles 4.1 Using the Cognos Connection portal Inside this section, we shall use the portal to: remove the Everyone group from the Cognos built-in roles and groups ensure that authorized users belong to at least one Cognos built-in role or group: Steps 1. Open Cognos Connection e.g From the Tools menu, click Directory TIP: In my example here, my domain s NETBIOS name is TESTDOMAIN. 3. On the Users, Groups, and Roles tab, click the Cognos namespace 4. In the Actions column, click the properties button for the Controller Administrators role 5. Click the Members tab.
12 6. To add members, click Add and choose how to select members: Method#1 - Choose from listed entries, using the GUI: Click to open the appropriate namespace (e.g. TESTDOMAIN ) Navigate and open the folder (e.g. Users ) that contains the Windows Domain User(s) that you wish to add Tick the box Show users in the list Tick the checkboxes next to the user(s) (and/or groups and roles) that you wish to add (on the left hand side of the screen) Method#2 - Search for entries: Click Search and in the Search string box, type the phrase you want to search for. For search options, click Edit, Find, and click the entry you want Method#3 Manually type in entries: Manually type the name of entries you want to add: click Type and type the names of groups,roles, or users using the following format, where a semicolon (;) separates each entry: namespace/group_name;namespace/role_name;namespace/user_n ame; Here is an example: Cognos/Authors;LDAP/scarter; 7. Click the right-arrow button and when the entries you want appear in the Selected entries box, click OK. For example: 8. TIP: For Security purposes, on the Members tab, if there is an Everyone namespace, click it, and then click Remove. 9. Click OK.
13 10. Repeat steps 4 to 8 for the Controller Users role, and click OK Tip: The Controller Administrators role must be a member of the Controller Users role. Therefore you must add the role Controller Administrators from the Cognos Namespace:
14 5 Map Cognos Controller Users to Cognos 8 Users 5.1 Configure Controller to use Cognos 8 Authentication On the Controller application server: Launch Cognos Controller Configuration Change the security authentication setting from native to Cognos 8 authentication Click save 5.2 Create an association between the users defined in the Controller application, and those defined in the Cognos 8 namespace roles After you add Cognos Controller users to the Cognos Controller roles, you must create an association between the users defined in the Cognos Controller application and those defined in the Cognos 8 namespace roles. Important: Associations can only be created by a user who has been configured as a member of the Controller Administrators role in Cognos Connection Logon to Windows using a username that is a member of the Controller Administrators role in Cognos Connection Launch Cognos Controller Notice how you are not asked for a username/password to logon with:
15 This is because the first time you launch Controller (after having performed the above) Controller automatically links the user ADM (i.e. the Controller user called Administrator ) with whoever the Windows user is who has just logged on (e.g. in this case TESTDOMAIN\ADMINISTRATOR). 2. From the Maintain menu, click Rights, Users. You will see something similar to the following: In other words, in this database that we ve just logged onto (although it will not affect all the databases e.g. live, test, training ) the user ADM is now associated with the Windows user TESTDOMAIN\Administrator 3. In the Create New box, click the drop-down arrow and then click User. 4. Beside the first User Id box, click the browse button, and then select the user as defined in the Cognos 8 namespace roles. If you get the following error: then it is likely that you need to reconfigure your groups/members inside Cognos Connection. In other words, you need to add users into the groups Controller Users and Controller Administrators. Once you ensure that there are valid users inside the relevant groups (Controller Users and Controller Administrators) then you should be able to create new users, and new associations to a Windows account e.g.
16 5. Beside the second User Id box, click the browse button, and then select the user as defined in the Cognos Controller database. 6. In the Name box, type the name of the Cognos Controller user. 7. In the Address box, type the address for the Cognos Controller user. 8. Beside the User Group box, click the browse button, and then select the user group for the Cognos Controller user. 9. Under Options, select the appropriate checkbox to identify the user. You can identify the user as either a Cognos Controller User or Cognos Controller Administrator. You can add optional comments for the user, as well as the user s location. 10. Click Save. If you get the following error when trying to logon as TESTDOMAIN\TEST1 then perhaps you ve not given that user any rights to logon inside the application!
17 6 Appendices 6.1 Appendix 1 - How to swap between Native and Windows security During the Controller development phase, you may wish to change from Windows to Native: Ensure no users on system Launch Controller Configuration Click on Web Services Server Server Authentication Change authentication method from Windows authentication to Native Launch Cognos Configuration Change Security Authentication Cognos Allow Anonymous Access from False to True File Save Restart Cognos 8 Service (using button at top of screen) How to change from Native to Windows: Perform reverse of above 6.2 Appendix 2 Native Authentication configuration Native authentication is the default authentication method. Login information is configured in the Cognos Controller databases and in the Cognos Controller user interface. Native authentication is the authentication method used in previous versions of Cognos Controller. If Native authentication is enabled, when users log on to Cognos Controller from Cognos Connection or from a URL and have selected a database to log on to, they are prompted to log in. Users are prompted with the same login window when they log on to Cognos Controller using the Cognos Controller Microsoft Excel Add-in. If you want to use Native authentication in your Cognos 8 Controller environment, the reporting components must run under anonymous access. When the reporting components run under anonymous access, no login is required. In Cognos Connection, anonymous access is enabled by default. Native authentication provides minimal security in your Cognos 8 Controller environment.
18 6.3 Appendix 3 Native Authentication configuration OPTIONAL ADVANCED CONFIGURATION: Include or Exclude Domains Using Advanced Properties When you configure an authentication namespace for Cognos 8 Controller, users from only one domain can log in. By using the Advanced properties for Active Directory Server, users from related (parent-child) domains and unrelated domain trees within the same forest can also log in. Authentication in One Domain Tree If you set a parameter named chase_referrals to true, users in the original authenticated domain and all child domains of the domain tree can log in to Cognos 8 Controller. Users above the original authenticated domain or in a different domain tree cannot log in. Authentication in All Domain Trees in the Forest If you set a parameter named multi_domain_tree to true, users in all domain trees in the forest can log in to Cognos 8 Controller. Steps 1. On every computer where you installed Content Manager, open Cognos Configuration. 2. In the Explorer window, under Security, Authentication, click the Active Directory namespace. 3. In the Properties window, specify the Host and port property: For users in one domain, specify the host and port of a domain controller for the single domain. For users in one domain tree, specify the host and port of the top-level controller for the domain tree. For users in all domain trees in the forest, specify the host and port of any domain controller in the forest. 4. Click in the Value column for Advanced properties and click the edit button. 5. In the Value - Advanced properties window, click Add. 6. Specify two new properties, chasereferrals and MultiDomainTrees, with the following values: 7. Click OK. 8. From the File menu, click Save.
19 6.4 Appendix 4 Delete an Authentication Provider If they are no longer required, you can delete namespaces that you added or unconfigured namespaces that Cognos 8 Controller components detected after an upgrade. Important: You must not delete the Cognos namespace. It contains authentication data that pertains to all users and is required to save the configuration. When you delete a namespace, you can no longer log on to the namespace. Security data for the namespace remains in Content Manager until you permanently delete it in the portal. For more information, see the Administration and Security Guide. After you delete a namespace, it appears as Inactive in the portal. Steps 1. On a computer where you installed Content Manager, open Cognos Configuration. 2. In the Explorer window, under Security, Authentication, right-click the namespace and click Delete. 3. Click Yes to confirm. The namespace disappears from the Explorer window and you can no longer log on to the namespace on that computer. 4. From the File menu, click Save. 5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 for each computer where you installed Content Manager. You must now log on to the portal and permanently delete the data for the namespace. For more information, see the Administration and Security Guide.
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