The SSO parameters need to be configured and activated in the Central Instance. The SAP user accounts also need to be mapped to the Active Directory accounts, which are case sensitive. Finally, each desktop client needs the SAP Kerberos SSO support. You can deploy it through a group policy or you can install it manually on each desktop.
A CATT can help automate the mapping of SAP and Windows accounts.
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