What I can find is that it's not supported out of the box. You need to do some manual stuff and pray that it remains working. Doesn't seem like a sustainable architecture.
Workaround could be LDAP authentication with the LDAP module from the Mendix appstore. But if you really need SSO they should look into a SAML2 or oAuth2 layer.
What I had found in the past was that WIF is more considered the standard .Net framework that Microsoft offers. Whenever I searched on WIF I could only find the standard .Net components, but I haven't seen any WIF libraries that also work on Java.
Technically the WIF framework contains all identity management offered by Windows. So SAML would also fall under this WIF framework umbrella. I would recommend looking into SAML authentication against the Active Directory Federatio Server.