Single Sign On is a technology that allows a single login to be transparently used with multiple applications and environments.

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Open LDAP Authentication - How to verify userPassword without bind?

What I am doing... Trying to implement single-sign-on for our organization’s all machines, blogs, wiki’s, CRM, HRM, project management tools, SVN, etc, etc... We have OpenLDAP installed and ...
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Windows 7 Single Sign On

We run Windows XP, Vista and are now testing Windows 7 in our corporate environment. Thus far all of our Win7 installations have been x64 installs with the same net result that we are having to ...
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SQL Server Error: 18456, Severity: 14, State: 16 creating SharePoint SSO database

I'm using a web application (SharePoint) to create a database for Microsoft Single Sign On. Every attempt to create the database is giving a 'login failed' style error. For testing purposes I am using ...
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SFTP server solution with AD Single Sign-on capabilities

I'm designing a windows client application that will retrieve files from an SFTP server. I would like to avoid forcing users to supply credentials on the client application - rather, their Windows ...
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Apache mod_auth_kerb and LDAP user groups

I've been considering deploying mod_auth_kerb on our internal web servers to enable SSO. The one obvious problem I can see is that it's an all-or-nothing approach, either all your domain users can ...
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Lotus Domino Active Directory Integration - Possible and Practical?

So about 3 months ago I "inherited" a Lotus Domino setup, and quite frankly, it's a mess. Historically, it's had 10 years of the primary focus being on development rather than on management and ...
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Can a Linux server serve as a Domain Controller for Windows Machines?

In a small office setup (5-6 employees) we have seven Windows XP and Windows Vista clients, as well as a couple of linux servers. Is it possible to set up a linux machine to act as the domain ...
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SSO “Portal”

Pursuant to my question on alleviating the password explosion, I've contacted some of the services to whom we are paying money to access their websites to ask if we could authenticate our own users, ...
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OpenID provider using Apache SSL/FakeBasicAuth?

I'd like to set up an OpenID provider for our group, which we can use to log in to internal and external OpenID-aware services (e.g. stackoverflow.com). Our users all have X.509 certificates issued ...
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Single sign-on for a mixed-OS network

I am handling a mixed network of SCO Openserver, Slackware and Windows XP computers. Right now, the primary user accounts are kept on one SCO computer with usernames and passwords synchronized to the ...
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Google Chrome: passthrough Windows authentication

The I.T. dept is considering allowing installation and automated deployment of Google Chrome browser to 100+ desktops. One of the requirements is for domain credentials to be passed through. The ...
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Alleviating the Password Explosion Problem

Don't you just hate it when your password explodes, letting the magic smoke out of your server, and setting lp0 ablaze? In all seriousness, the number of places a person needs a username and password ...
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How practical is it to authenticate a Linux server against AD?

We utilise both Windows and Linux server at our software development company. One of the friction points with this setup is that we don't have a single sign-on solution. Being more of a Microsoft ...