You must configure the Chrome browser if Kerberos is configured for your deployment and if you want to grant users access to the Web interface using the Chrome browser.
About this task
Kerberos authentication works in conjunction with Directories Management on Windows operating systems.
Do not implement these Kerberos-related steps on other operating systems.
Since Chrome uses the Internet Explorer configuration to enable Kerberos authentication, you must configure Internet Explorer to allow Chrome to use the Internet Explorer configuration. See Google documentation for information about how to configure Chrome for Kerberos authentication.
- Test Kerberos functionality by using the Chrome browser.
- Log in to Directories Management at https://myconnectorhost.domain.com/authenticate/.
If Kerberos authentication is successful, the test URL connects with the Web interface.
If all related Kerberos configurations are correct, the relative protocol (Kerberos) secures all interactions between this Chrome browser instance and Directories Management. Users can use single sign-on access their My Apps portal.