Announcement: End of Support for NTLM Single Sign-on as an authentication method in Access Manager Plus

Announcement: End of Support for NTLM Single Sign-on as an authentication method in Access Manager Plus

Hi All,

ManageEngine Access Manager Plus will no longer support Microsoft NTLM Single Sign-on (SSO) as an authentication method. This is an advance announcement that, from July 2022 onwards, the support for Microsoft NTLM SSO as an authentication method will be officially discontinued.
 
Though NTLM SSO may work in previous Access Manager Plus versions past this date,  we highly recommend switching to the other authentication methods that we will continue to support such as the ADFS SAML SSO and Okta SAML SSO, or any other SAML-based SSO.
 
The proposed strategy works as below:
  1. For New Customers: Users will no longer be able to configure NTLM SSO for the AD-imported users.
  2. For Existing Customers currently using NTLM SSO as a single sign-on method: If NTLM SSO is already configured in versions up to 4.3.3, it will continue working. However, users will have to switch to another SSO method once they upgrade Access Manager Plus to version 4.3.4.
 
End of Support Specifications
 
Version
Build Number
End of Support Date
ManageEngine Access Manager Plus 4.x
4304
July, 2022
 
FAQs
 
1. How do I check if NTLM SSO is currently enabled in my Access Manager Plus installation?
 
Navigate to the Admin tab and go to Authentication >> Active Directory. If the Enable Single Sign On option in step 4 is enabled, that means you have configured NTLM SSO in your installation.
 
2. How do I switch from NTLM SSO to a different authentication method?
 
If NTLM SSO is currently enabled in your Access Manager Plus installation, it is likely that Active Directory authentication is also enabled. In this case, you may continue using the same as your primary authentication method without further action from your end. Alternatively, based on your requirement, you may choose from one of the other SAML SSO login methods that we offer.
 
3. What happens if I upgrade Access Manager Plus while NTLM SSO is still enabled as the primary SSO authentication method?
 
In this case, NTLM SSO will no longer work after the upgrade. Instead, Access Manager Plus will automatically switch to Active Directory authentication as the primary authentication method.

4. From which Access Manager Plus version can I switch from NTLM SSO to another method?
You can switch from NTLM SSO to another authentication method at any time in all versions of Access Manager Plus.‚Äč

Thanks & Regards,
Praveen
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