On November 5th, we had a great quarterly IAM briefing. Misagh Moayyed, Jonathan (JJ) Johnson, and David Langenberg presented to me to discuss CAS, Shibboleth, and Grouper. This webinar was recorded.
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On July 9th, we had a great IAM briefing. Misagh Moayyed, Jonathan (JJ) Johnson, and David Langenberg presented to us. This webinar was recorded. You can watch the recording, or just checkout the slides.
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The Drupal content management system (CMS) has become a campus favorite over the last decade for many universities across the world.
On Wednesday April 15, 2015 at 10:00AM PDT (1:00PM EDT) the Unicon Open Source Support (OSS) team held the Open Source Support briefing for uPortal summarizing OSS activities for Q1 of 2015.
On Wednesday January 21, 2015 at 10:00AM PST (1:00PM EST) the Unicon Open Source Support (OSS) team held the Open Source Support briefing for uPortal summarizing Q4 of 2014.
The shib-cas-authn extensions, developed as part of Unicon's Open Source Support program, is used to delegate the Shibboleth IdP's user authentication to a CAS Server. Whether the client application is a CAS client or a Shibboleth/SAML SP, the integration presents the user with a single SSO experience. Today, Unicon's IAM team released the next version of the shib-cas-authn extension.
On Thursday, November 13 2014 at 10:00AM PST (1:00PM EST) the Unicon Open Source Support team held the Open Source Support briefing for uPortal summarizing the third quarter of 2014.
Unicon, on behalf of the Sakai Core Team and the community, is happy to announce the release of Sakai 10.1.
Sakai 10.1 builds on the great work of the Sakai 10.0 release. Sakai 10.1 includes almost 200 fixes and improvements.
Some of the highlights include:
A client was testing our integration between CAS Server 18.104.22.168 and Moodle 2.6. The lead tester reported that it was often requiring two authentications attempts to login into CAS Server after being redirected there from Moodle. Interestingly enough I was rarely able to invoke the same symptom. The exact symptom is that a user sees the login page, enters their credentials, and after hitting the Login button, the user is show an empty login form. There is no error message, no pre-populated username field. Just the empty login form.