ssutcliffe last edited by xyzzy
I am using Vivaldi at work in a corporate network that uses a single sign on (SSO) system. When I use Chrome and encounter that the SSO stops working I have to use the Mac's Keychain Access/Ticket Viewer to delete expired identities and create a new one. Then I can log into corporate sites with Chrome.
When using Vivaldi, the SSO does not work at all. What can I do to delete and recreate any authentication tokens that have expired? I have tried clearing cookies but that does not work. Also doing anything with the Mac's Keychain Access/Ticket Viewer also has no effect. Does Vivaldi store those tokens in a different way? Safari and Firefox both work fine with the SSO, it's only Vivaldi that doesn't work.
@ssutcliffe I think the missing piece to get Vivaldi working is that you have to set up
AuthNegotiateDelegateWhitelistto enable authentication for your corporate domain(s). Entering the following commands (in Terminal) should do the trick:
$ defaults write com.vivaldi.Vivaldi AuthServerWhitelist “*.yourcorporatedomain.com” $ defaults write com.vivaldi.Vivaldi AuthNegotiateDelegateWhitelist “*.yourcorporatedomain.com”
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@xyzzy that worked! Thank you so much!