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How to Delete User Mappings

Use these commands to delete one or more user mappings, as specified in the XML file. The following is an example XML file.

<sso>
<mapping>
<windowsDomain>domain</windowsDomain> 
<windowsUserId>WindowsUserName</windowsUserId> 
<externalApplication>Application name1</externalApplication> 
<externalUserId>App1UserName</externalUserId> 
</mapping>
<mapping>
<windowsDomain>domain</windowsDomain> 
<windowsUserId>WindowsUserName</windowsUserId> 
<externalApplication>Application name2</externalApplication> 
<externalUserId>App2UserName</externalUserId> 
</mapping>
</sso>

If a user is not a member of the Application Users account, or does not exist in Active Directory, you should use this command to remove the user mapping from the SSO database.

If a user account is changed, you must use this command to remove the old user mapping, and then create a new user mapping for the new user account. For more information about creating a mapping, see How to Create User Mappings.

To delete user mappings using the administration utility

  1. On the Start menu, click run, and then type cmd.

  2. At the command line, go to the Enterprise Single Sign-On installation directory. The default installation directory is <drive>:\Program Files\Common Files\Enterprise Single Sign-On.

  3. Type ssomanage –deletemappings <mappings file name>, where <mappings file name> is the name of the file that contains the user mapping(s) you want to delete.

    noteNote
    On a system that supports User Account Control (UAC), you may need to run the tool with Administrative privileges.

To delete a specific user mapping using the administration utility

  1. On the Start menu, click run, and then type cmd.

  2. At the command line, go to the Enterprise Single Sign-On installation directory. The default installation directory is <drive>:\Program Files\Common Files\Enterprise Single Sign-On.

  3. Type ssomanage –deletemapping <domain>\<username> <application name>, where <domain> is the Windows domain for the user account, <username> is the Windows user name, and <application name> is the specific application for which you want to remove the user mapping.

    noteNote
    On a system that supports User Account Control (UAC), you may need to run the tool with Administrative privileges.

To delete a user mapping using the client utility

  1. On the Start menu, click run, and then type cmd.

  2. At the command line, go to the Enterprise Single Sign-On installation directory. The default installation directory is <drive>:\Program Files\Common Files\Enterprise Single Sign-On.

  3. Type ssoclient –deletemapping <application name>, where <application name> is the name of the affiliate application you want to remove the user mapping for.

    noteNote
    On a system that supports User Account Control (UAC), you may need to run the tool with Administrative privileges.

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