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CB Response 7.0 Integration Guide

CB Response 7.0 Integration Guide

Important: This document is being posted prior to general availability of this release. Please monitor the User Exchange for the offical release date.

This document applies to all 7.0 versions.

This documentation provides information for administrators who are responsible for integrating CB Response with various other tools. It discusses:

  • Integration with CB Protection
  • Integration with Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET)
  • Supported SAML 2.0 specifications and SAML 2.0 Single Sign-On (SSO) setup. This includes integration with the OKTA, Shibboleth, and ADFS IdPs
  • The Duo plugin, which you can configure two-factor authentication and download the Duo Mobile application on a mobile device
  • Syslog output for CB Response events
  • CB Response support for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and how to configure your machines to use it


See the Comments below for changes to this version.

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Change log for CB Response 7.0 Integration Guide (changes since the 6.5 version)


  1. In the "Integrating with SSO Identity Providers" chapter, several examples of pasting IdP metadata information into sso.conf had extra quotes. These have been removed.
  2. In the "Server VDI Support" chapter, the procedure for enabling VDI support previously stated that it was only necessary to change cb.conf on the master server in a cluster environment. Since version 6.0, VDI support in a clustered environment has required making the configuration change on the master and all minions. The documentation has been updated to reflect this change.
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