Single Sign-On - SSO


Single Sign-On is an authentication method to allow a user to login once to an IdP (Identity Provider) and it is authenticated to multiple applications or systems.

It is different from Directory Server Authentication, where the same IdP is used for multiple applications, but user is required to key in credential to login separately to each of the applications.

Some articles for further read.


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