Single sign-on (SSO)is a session/user authentication process that permits a user to enter one name and password in order to access multiple applications. The process authenticates the user for all the applications they have been given rights to and eliminates further prompts when they switch ...

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Does Windows Server Active Directory Support single sign-on for web-based saas Applications?

I am presently scratching with the features of Windows Azure Active Directory. I came across a feature named single sign-on for web based SaaS applications. What I am presently aware of is: Windows ...
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user permissions with icingaweb2 (with SSO authentication)

We're curently setting up Icinga2 and Icingaweb2 as our global monitoring. To authenticate the users, we use an Apache module (Single Sign On) which let only allowed users to access the web ui. ...
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FireFox SSO session used by Windows for further authentications?

On our document management system we use SSO and I also configured FF for auto login. Now that I extended the DMS with a feature which should load content from the Repository via SharePoint-Module in ...
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Remote Desktop Connection - Single Sign On no Windows Server

Good day all, I was wondering if Single Sign On was possible in RDC, when both the client and remote computers are running on Windows 7 Enterprise; no Windows Server? Thanks.
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Internet Explorer 11 / Outlook 2013 single sign-on anomaly: it keeps sending Authorization: headers

I have IE 11 and Outlook 2013 on the client side. On ther server side there's centos7, apache 2.4 with auth_ntlm_winbind_module and winbindd. The server URI (http://server.yourdomain.com) is added to ...
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How to configure Firefox for NTLM SSO (Single-Sign-On)?

My computer and user belonging to the domain, I want to connect to my NTLM-SSO-enabled intranet website http://intranet without providing a login/password. How to do it with Mozilla Firefox?
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Setting Up Single Sign On with Active Directory

I need help setting up Active Directory with Single Sign On. I think this may be called Kerberos. I have a simple requirement in that I have 3 types of users: guest,operator, and admin. I would life ...
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Using ApacheDS for Single-Sign-On for Google Apps

I am new to ApacheDS and have been given a project to figure out how to use ApacheDS for single-sign-on for Google Apps. I have set up a server on Windows but am unsure how to authenticate users via a ...
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Desktop RSS reader that supports Single Sign On?

I'm looking for Windows desktop RSS reader application that supports single sign on. Could you recommend one please? EDIT: There are some websites, which need authentication. I have an account and I ...
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Setting up a git repository on a server

I read through the other git questions here but couldn't really follow whether they are trying to do the same thing as I am. So if you find any duplicates, please let me know. I have a central server ...