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I've been asked to look at implementing SSO from an iPad to a SharePoint 2007 installation.

This could use ISA Server 2006 or any other product.

Is this possible? If so how?

I was thinking installing client certificates on an iPad, using them on the ISA Server, and then passing the credentials of that user through to SharePoint?

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Do you mean you need the iPad to access the ShaePoint site without having to enter the credentials in Safari? As it does with IE on a domain based PC? Or are you talking about SSO in another sens, such as when web applications need to access resources from non-SharePoint systems such as an ERP system? – Robert Kaucher Sep 30 '10 at 17:02
The first one. So some sort of integrated authentication. – Bravax Sep 30 '10 at 19:50

You should look into Microsoft Forefront UAG. The 2007 version works with my iPhone and the 2010 version is supposedly more "Mac Friendly".

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