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How to List User Mappings

Use this command to list all the existing mappings for the specified user.

You must be an SSO administrator, application administrator, SSO affiliate administrator, or user to do this task.

Enabled user mappings appear as (E) <domain>\<username>, while disabled user mappings appear as (D) <domain>\<username>.

To list 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. Do one of the following:

    • Type ssomanage –listmappings <domain>\<username> to list all the mappings a given user has in the affiliate applications he/she belongs to, where <domain> is the Microsoft Windows domain for the user account, and <username> is the Windows user name for which you want to list the user mappings. If the user is an Affiliate Administrator or an SSO Administrator, this command will list all the mappings for that user in all the affiliate applications.

      Or

    • Type ssomanage –listmappings <application name> to list all the user mappings for a given application.

      Or

    • If you are an application administrator, type ssomanage –listmappings <domain>\<username> <application name> to list all the mappings a given user has in the affiliate applications for which you are an administrator.

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

To list user mappings 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 –listmappings to list all the mappings you have.

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

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