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Initiating LDAP First-Time Single Sign-On for Eclipse


Implementing LDAP-based Single Sign-On (SSO) for Eclipse enhances user convenience and security. This article outlines the steps for LDAP first-time SSO users to seamlessly log in to Eclipse.

Single Sign-On Process:

1. Access Eclipse Site:

  • Launch your preferred browser and navigate to the Eclipse Site where LDAP-based SSO will be employed.

2. Manually Enter Credentials:

  • Manually enter your username and password in the provided fields.

3. Input Username and Password:

  • a. Username: Enter your username followed by the domain (username@domain.local).
  • b. Password: Provide your Windows password associated with the entered username.

4. Initiate Login:

  • Click on the “Login” button to proceed.

5. Successful Login and Logoff:

  • Upon successful login, you gain access to the Eclipse platform.
  • At any point, you can log off from Eclipse as needed.

6. Single Sign-On Activation:

  • When you return to the Eclipse login screen, you have the option to select “Single Sign On.”

7. Automatic Login:

  • Once you choose “Single Sign On,” the system automatically logs you in when you’re logged into your Windows account.


By following these steps, LDAP first-time Single Sign-On users can effortlessly access the Eclipse platform. This streamlined process enhances user experience by reducing the need for repeated manual logins and ensuring secure access to Eclipse resources. Implementing LDAP-based SSO contributes to a seamless and secure user authentication process, allowing users to focus on their tasks without unnecessary interruptions.

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