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Single Sign-On Introduction

Single Sign-On Introduction

What is Single Sign-on and what are some uses for this approach?

Sessions and SSO

Sessions and SSO

SSO sessions are not website sessions - how do you tell them apart?

Web Client SSO with OpenID Connect

Web Client SSO with OpenID Connect

How to use OpenID Connect for a Single Sign-On solution.

SSO for mobile apps with OpenID Connect

SSO for mobile apps with OpenID Connect

Options for implementation of single sign-on for mobile apps.

SSO and authentication methods

SSO and authentication methods

Adjusting SSO behavior with authentication methods.

Prompting for login during SSO

Prompting for login during SSO

Managing authentication prompts by age or OpenID Connect parameter.

SSO for web with OpenID Connect

SSO for web with OpenID Connect

Use cases for web SSO

SSO for mobile with OpenID Connect

SSO for mobile with OpenID Connect

Use cases for mobile SSO

Administrative management of SSO

Administrative management of SSO

Differentiating SSO behavior for applications and clients.

Single Sign-On (SSO), is an authentication process that allows users to log in to one domain and thereby be provided with access to several independent systems without further action. The user identity is maintained across the system and the user is assigned roles and permissions according to the different system settings.