Tried searching extensively, but didn't find anything regarding the topic.
Would it be possible to generate a synthetic browser monitor or clickpath that's using SSO (e.g. SAML2 or Kerberos ticket)?
This would obviously be something that we set up for a private ActiveGate.
What's funny is I found an old note written by myself, saying that SSO synthetic support is on the roadmap for Q2/2020 - but I have no idea anymore where I got that info from 🙂
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Im not 100% sure it is fully supported at this moment, but i do know they released the Credential Vault and that might play a big role in SSO for synthetic monitors.
Hi, Private Vault is trully a great feature. But in your posted URL it is written "Certificate credentials are used in HTTP monitors—you can add a client certificate to an HTTP request.". It would be great to use Certificates also for Browser Monitor. We do have a lot of applications where users are authenticated with Client Certificates.
This sounds like exactly what I'd need in this case but unfortunately only a Linux Private Location is available at the moment. 🙁
I've been thinking about creating a certificate based HTTP monitor to create an authentification token, storing it in the credentials vault and then using it within the browser monitor but I haven't tried it yet.
Do you have any experience with this scenario? Any pitfalls?
That's a shame. Yes, I know that other customers have done exactly that. No, I'm not aware of any problems/ pitfalls with your suggestion. I guess the only thing you might need to be aware of is how long your token is valid and how regularly the Browser Monitor executes. You will not be able to schedule the monitors to run at specific times so just need to ensure that the token is never stale when the Browser monitor needs it.